It was concerning to read in the Evening Telegraph about primary pupils in Angus sharing pornographic material between each other online.
More than a decade ago, I remember the public shock when it was revealed that a secondary school pupil in Dundee had stolen the mobile phone of a female schoolteacher, discovered a pornographic video of her on the phone and proceeded to post it online.
My first encounter with explicit material was at the age of seven.
I was in my local newsagent and picked up a copy of my favourite football magazine only to discover a top shelf magazine, which I did not know then even existed, hidden inside.
It was a confusing experience and now, as a father of three small children who regularly accompany me to the local newsagent, I am more vigilant as a result.
Whatever the law states, I still find questionable material visible at the same height as my three children in independent newsagents.
In the real world where firewalls do not exist, what would be your proposed approach to prevent children from coming into contact with increasingly accessible spurious material?