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Rezil İnternet Pornografi Gerçekleri ve Kapitalizm



 İnternet Pornografisi son 20 yılda inanılmaz boyutlara ulaşmıştır. Vahşi kapitalizm internet üzerinden pornografide akıl almaz düzeyde kazançlar elde etmektedir. İnsanlar temel cinsellik bilgilerini internet pornografisi etkisi altında almakta ve cinsellikleri pornografinin temel isteklerine ve şartlamalarına göre şekillenmektedir. Bu çok sağlıksız bir durumdur. Sağlıklı ve bilimsel eğitimin tüm topluma yayılması gereklidir. Halbuki bugün insanlar çocuk yaşlardan itibaren internet pornografisiyle tanışmakta ve cinselliklerini internet pornografisi belirlemektedir. Tantra eğitimi topluma sağlıklı cinselliği workshoplar ve interaktif eğitimlerle yayabilir. Bu konuda devletler önlemle almalı ve insanları internet pornografisinden korumak için sağlıklı ve bilimsel eğitimi topluma yaymalıdır.

İnternet Pornografisi Gerçekleri:

  • Her saniye internetten kazanılan para küresel olarak 3 milyon dolardır.
  • Her saniye 29 milyon kişi internetten pornografi izlemektedir.
  • Her 30 dakikada bir ABD'de yeni bir porno film çekilerek bitirilmekte ve internete verilmektedir.
  • Çocukların internet üzerinden pornografi ile tanışma yaşlarının ortalaması 11'e düşmüştür.
  • 40 milyon Amerikalı sürekli internetten pornografi izlediği, bunların 5 milyonunun sürekli izleyen pornografi bağımlıları olduğu, 8 milyonunun ise işte çalışırken pornografi izlediği saptanmıştır.
  • Pornografi sitelerini sürekli izleyenlerın % 28'i kadın, % 72'si erkektir.
  • Her ay 10 milyon kadın pornografi izlemektedir.
  • ABD'de yılda internet pornografisinden elde edilen gelir 2.8 milyar dolar, dünyada elde edilen gelir 5 milyar dolardır
  • ABD'de var olan pornografi sitesi sayfa sayısı 245 milyon, dünyada 280 milyondur.
  • Dünyadaki erişkinlerin % 12'si internet pornografi bağımlısıdır. Bunların yaklaşık % 30'u kadındır.
  • Pornografi evliliklerin ve aile ilişkilerinin % 38'ini olumsuz etkilemektedir.
  • 10 çocuktan 9'u hayatının bir döneminde 8-16 yaş arasında pornografiye internetten maruz kalmıştır.
  • İnternetteki indirmelerin (download) % 35'i pornografi ile ilgilidir.
  • Dünya'daki porno endüstrisinin yıllık karı 60 milyar dolardır. Bunun 15 milyar doları ABD'de sağlanmaktadır. İnternet üzerinden yılda sağlanan pornografi geliri 12 milyar dolardır. 


 

 


 

Pornography Time Statistics

 

  • Every second - $3,075.64 is being spent on pornography.

 

  • Every second - 28,258 internet users are viewing pornography.

 

  • Every second - 372 internet users are typing adult search terms into search engines.

 

  • Every 39 minutes: a new pornographic video is being created in the United States.

 

 

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2006 Worldwide Pornography Revenues


Country

Revenue
(Billions)

Per Capita

Notes

 

China

$27.40

$27.41

1

 

South Korea

$25.73

$526.76

 

 

Japan

$19.98

$156.75

 

 

US

$13.33

$44.67

 

 

Australia

$2.00

$98.70

 

 

UK

$1.97

$31.84

 

 

Italy

$1.40

$24.08

 

 

Canada

$1.00

$30.21

 

 

Philippines

$1.00

$11.18

 

 

Taiwan

$1.00

$43.41

1

 

Germany

$.64

$7.77

1

 

Finland

$.60

$114.70

1

 

Czech Republic

$.46

$44.94

1

 

Russia

$.25

$1.76

1

 

Netherlands

$.20

$12.13

 

 

Brazil

$.10

$53.17

1

 

Other 212

Unavailable

 

2

 

 

$97.06 Billion

 

 

 

Notes 1=Incomplete, 2=Unavailable data

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The pornography industry is larger than the revenues of the top technology companies combined: Microsoft, Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo!, Apple, Netflix and EarthLink.

 

 

 2006 and 2005 Pornography United States Industry Revenue Statistics

 

2006
(Billions)

2005
(Billions)

 

Video Sales & Rentals

$3.62

$4.28

 

Internet

$2.84

$2.50

 

Cable / PPV / In-Room / Mobile / Phone Sex

$2.00

$2.00

 

Exotic Dance Clubs

$2.19

$1.34

 

Novelties

$1.73

$1.50

 

Magazines

$.95

$1.00

 

 

$13.33

$12.62

 

US porn revenue exceeds the combined revenues of ABC, CBS, and NBC.

 

2006 Search Engine Request Keyword Trends

Top Worldwide Search Requests

Top U.S. Cities Search Requests

      1. South Africa

1.  Elmhurst, IL

      2. Ireland

2.  Stockton, CA

      3. New Zealand

3.  Meriden, CT

      4. United Kingdom

4.  Chandler, AZ

      5. Australia

5.  Louisville, KY

      6. Estonia

6.  Irvine, CA

      7. Norway

7.  Kansas City, KS

      8. Canada

8.  Norfolk, VA

      9. Croatia

9.  Tampa, FL

     10. Lithuania

10. Oklahoma City, OK

      1. Bolivia

1.  Elmhurst, IL

      2.  Chile

2.  Meriden, CT

      3.  Romania

3.  Oklahoma City, OK

      4.  Ecuador

4.  Irvine, CA

      5.  Pakistan

5.  Kansas City, KS

      6.  Peru

6.  Tampa, FL

      7.  Mexico

7.  Chandler, AZ

      8.  Slovenia

8.  Norfolk, VA

      9.  Lithuania

9.  Richardson, TX

     10. Colombia

10. Las Vegas, NV

      1.  Pakistan

1.  Elmhurst, IL

      2.  India

2.  Meriden, CT

      3.  Egypt

3. Kansas City, KS

      4.  Turkey

4.  Louisville, KY

      5.  Algeria

5.  Southfield, MI

      6.  Morocco

6.  Newark, NJ

      7.  Indonesia

7.  Oklahoma City, OK

      8.  Vietnam

8.  Norfolk, VA

      9.  Iran

9.  Irvine, CA

     10. Croatia

10.  Chandler, AZ

 

Internet Pornography Statistics

Pornographic websites

4.2 million (12% of total websites)

Pornographic pages

420 million

Daily pornographic search engine requests

68 million (25% of total search engine requests)

Daily pornographic emails

2.5 billion (8% of total emails)

Internet users who view porn

42.7%

Received unwanted exposure to sexual material

34%

Average daily pornographic emails/user

4.5 per Internet user

Monthly Pornographic downloads (Peer-to-peer)

1.5 billion (35% of all downloads)

Daily Gnutella "child pornography" requests

116,000

Websites offering illegal child pornography

100,000

Sexual solicitations of youth made in chat rooms

89%

Youths who received sexual solicitation

1 in 7 (down from 2003 stat of 1 in 3)

Worldwide visitors to pornographic web sites

72 million visitors to pornography: Monthly

Internet Pornography Sales

$4.9 billion

 

Children Internet Pornography Statistics


Access to pornography is available from early on. The average age of a child’s first exposure to pornography is 11. A total of 90 percent of children ages 8-16 have viewed pornography online. Pornographers use many character names that appeal to children such as “Pokemon.”

Children Internet Pornography Statistics

Average age of first Internet exposure to pornography

11 years old

Largest consumer of Internet pornography

35 - 49 age group

15-17 year olds having multiple hard-core exposures

80%

8-16 year olds having viewed porn online

90% (most while doing homework)

7-17 year olds who would freely give out home address

29%

7-17 year olds who would freely give out email address

14%

Children's character names linked to thousands of porn links

26 (Including Pokemon and Action Man) 

 



Adult Internet Pornography Statistics


Pornography consumers access pornography both at work and at home. A total of 40 million U.S. adults regularly visit pornography websites. Ten percent of adults admit to an internet sexual addiction and 20 percent of men say they access pornography at work.

Adult Internet Pornography Statistics

Men admitting to accessing pornography at work

20%

US adults who regularly visit Internet pornography websites

40 million

Promise Keeper men who viewed pornography in last week

53%

Christians who said pornography is a major problem in the home

47%

Adults admitting to Internet sexual addiction

10%

Breakdown of male/female visitors to pornography sites

72% male - 28% female

 

Women and Pornography


According to statistics, men are not the only ones to access pornography at work. A total of 13 percent of women admit to accessing pornography at work. One in three visitors to pornographic websites are women.

Women and Pornography

Women keeping their cyber activities secret

70%

Women struggling with pornography addiction

17%

Ratio of women to men favoring chat rooms

2X

Percentage of visitors to adult websites who are women

1 in 3 visitors

Women accessing adult websites each month

9.4 million

Women admitting to accessing pornography at work

13%

Women, far more than men, are likely to act out their behaviors in real life, such as having multiple partners, casual sex or affairs.

 

Top Pornography Production by Country


The United States is the top producer of video pornography. Notable video pornography producers in the United States include Vivid Entertainment, Hustler, Playboy, Wicked Pictures and Red Light District. Brazil comes in second for video pornography production, facilitated by companies like Frenesi Films, Pau Brazil and MarcoStudio.The United States is the top producer of pornographic web pages by far with 244,661,900 pages or 89 percent. Germany and the United Kingdom follow with 4 and 3 percent, respectively.

Top Video Porn Producers

Country

Major Producers

1. United States

Vivid Entertainment, Hustler, Playboy, Wicked Pictures, Red Light District

2. Brazil

Frenesi Films, Pau Brazil, MarcoStudio

3. The Netherlands

Erostream, Midhold Media, Your Choice, Seventeen

4. Spain

Private Media Group, Woodman Entertainment

5. Japan

Soft on Demand, Moodyz 

6. Russia

Beate Uhse, SP-Company, Dolphin Entertainment

7. Germany

Trimax, SG-Video, GGG, VideoRama, Zip Production

8. United Kingdom

Hot Rod Productions, JoyBear Pictures, Blue Juice TV, Rude Britannia, Fresh SX 

9. Canada

Wild Rose Productions, Eromodel Group, Dugmor

10. Australia

Pistol Media 

Other Notables

Sweden

Maxs Video 

Italy

Adamo Entertainment 

Denmark

Color Climax Corporation

France

Euro Choc, Eil du Cochon, Ragtime, Video Marc Dorce, JTC Video, Colmax, Cadinot 

Switzerland

Gordi Films, Ikarus

Belgium

GM Videos 

Romania

Floyd-Agency 

Portugal

Natural Video 

Israel

Sex Style 

Serbia

Hexor 

Czech-Republic

Lupus Pictures, Bel Ami 

 

Top U.S. Erotica Important Cities

Cities

Importance

1. Los Angeles

Adult Production Companies

2. Las Vegas

Adult Stars, Sin City Chamber of Commerce

3. New York

Adult Entrepreneurs, Erotica

4. Chicago

Playboy

5. San Francisco

Adult Websites, Adult Companies

6. Miami/South Florida

Adult Websites, Penthouse

7. Seattle/Pacific Northwest

Adult Websites

8. San Diego

Adult Websites, Strip Clubs

9. Phoenix /Tucson/ Scottsdale

Club Jenna, Erotica

10. Hillsborough, NC.

Adam & Eve

11. Boulder, CO.

New Frontier

12. Pittsburgh

DVD Sales

13. Portland

Strip Club

 

 

Top Pornography Banning Countries

Saudia Arabia, Iran, Syria, Bahrain, Egypt, UAE, Kuwait, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Kenya, India, Cuba, China

 Internet Pornography User Demographics


Pornography consumers are divided fairly evenly by age but not by income.

Those making more than $75,000 a year represent 35 percent of those purchasing pornography. Another 26 percent of pornography consumers make $50,000-75,000 per year.

Age is not a major factor. Pornography consumers are fairly evenly divided. The 35 to 44-year-old age group consumes the most pornography in the United States (26 percent) and 18-24-year-olds purchase the least (14 percent).

U.S. Adult Internet User Demographics - Income

Income

%

Under $15K

6.23%

$15K-$25K

6.59%

$25K-$35K

9.55%

$35K-$50K

16.59%

$50K-$75K

25.58%

$75K+

35.30%

 

US Adult Internet User Demographics - Age

Age

%

18-24

13.61%

25-34

19.90%

35-44

25.50%

45-54

20.67%

55+

20.32%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corporate Profiles of Pornography Producers
Pornography producers vary widely in size and are located around the world. Most companies create more than one product, from magazines to websites to movies. The corporations are profiled here by company and include a cross-section of attributes and in some cases revenue and net income.
 

Playboy Enterprises (NYSE:PLA)

Location:

Chicago, Illinois

Founded:

1953

Employees:

725

CEO:

Christie Hefner

Properties: 

Playboy, Playmate, Spice

Content:

2,800 hours of programming

TV/Movie Networks:

23-US, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Japan, Latin America, Brazil

Network Households:

167.1 Million

Magazine Subscriptions:

4 Million monthly copies

 

2006

2005

2004

2003

Revenue

$331,100,000

$338,100,000

$329,400,000

$315,800,000

Net Income

$2,300,000

($700,000)

$10,000,000

($7,600,000)

 

New Frontier Media (NASDAQ:NOOF)

Location:

Boulder, Colorado

Employees

143

CEO

Michael Weiner

Properties:

Ten, Pleasure, MRG Entertainment, Ten.com, iGallery

Content:

350 hours of programming

TV/Movie Networks:

8

Network Households:

93,000,000 (2006)  80,133,000 (2005)  62,970,000 (2004)

 

2006

2005

2004

2003

Revenue:

$46,851,000

$46,277,000

$42,878,000

$36,747,000

Net Income:

$11,283,000

$11,122,000

$10,913,000

($11,895,000)

 

Private Media Group (NASDAQ:PRVT)

Location:

Barcelona, Spain

Founded:

1965

Employees:

135

CEO:

Berth Milton

Properties:

Private.com, PrivateSpeed.com, PRVT.com, PrivateHome.com

Content:

2 Million photos, 900 Titles

TV/Movie Networks:

8

Network Households:

28 Million

Distribution:

462 Publications - 2 Million Magazines in 40 countries - 2 Million DVD's/VHS

 

60 Million Internet Page Views Per Month

 

2006 (9 Months)

2005

2004

2003

Revenue:

$27,730,000

$32,673,000

$35,612,000

$38,491,000

Net Income:

$1,259,000

$59,000

($837,000)

($570,000)

 

Penthouse Media Group

Founded:

1965

CEO:

Marc H. Bell

Properties:

Penthouse, PenthouseStore, SexyJamie, PenthouseCelebs, Variations.com

Distribution:

2,000,000 Magazine subscriptions in 45 Countries - 12 International Editions: US, Australia, Dutch, German, Greek, Hungary, New Zealand, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Ukrainian, UK 30 Million Internet Page Views Per Month, 2.5 Million Unique Visitors/Month

 

Dennis Publishing

Location:

London, UK

Employees:

135

CEO:

James Tye

Properties:

Maxim, Stuff, Inside Edge, Blender

Distribution:

2.5 Million Magazines - UK and 30 other countries

2005 Revenue:

$106,100,000

 

 

 

Net Income:

($300,000)

 

 

 

 

Vivid Entertainment

Location:

Los Angeles, Califorina

Co-CEOs:

Steve Hirsch, David James, Bill Asher

Industry:

One of the Top Adult Film Producers

2005 Revenue:

$100,000,000

 

 

 

 

Larry Flynt Productions

Location:

Beverly Hills, California

CEO:

Larry Flynt

Properties:

Hustler, Hustler.com

Distribution:

500,000 Magazines

 

Beate Uhse (Frankfurt Stock Exchange)

Location:

Germany and 13 other countries

Founded:

1946

Employees:

1,500

CEO:

Otto Christian Lindemann

Properties:

beate-uhse.com, sex.de, Sex and Erotica Products

Distribution:

Exports to 60 Countries - 5 million items sent each year from 3 million orders

 

2006 (9 Months)

2005

2004

2003

Revenue:

$271,000,000

$369,000,000

$354,000,000

$344,000,000

Net Incom:e

$32,000,000

$41,400,000

$34,700,000

$40,800,000

Sources:


Statistics are compiled from the credible sources mentioned below. In reality, statistics are hard to ascertain and may be estimated by local and regional worldwide sources.



ABC, Associated Press, AsiaMedia, AVN, BBC, CATW, U.S. Census, Central Intelligence Agency, China Daily, Chosen.com, Comscore Media Metrix, Crimes Against Children, Eros, Forbes, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Free Speech Coalition, Google, Harris Interactive, Hitwise, Hoover's, Japan Inc., Japan Review, Juniper Research, Kagan Research, ICMEC, Jan LaRue, The Miami Herald, MSN, Nielsen/NetRatings, The New York Times, Nordic Institute, PhysOrg.com, PornStudies, Pravda, Sarmatian Review, SEC filings, Secure Computing Corp., SMH, TopTenREVIEWS, Trellian, WICAT, Yahoo!, XBIZ


 

 Hardcore Pornography Titles Released


The number of hardcore pornography videos released in the United States has grown from 1,300 titles in 1988 to 13,588 in 2005. There have been minor peaks and valleys but essentially the growth in production has been steady.

U.S. Hardcore Pornography Titles Released

Year

Titles

1988

1,300

1989

1,350

1990

1,340

1991

1,505

1992

2,200

1993

2,400

1994

3,200

1995

5,700

1996

8,000

1997

8,000

1998

9,200

1999

10,300

2000

11,500

2001

10,900

2002

11,700

2003

11,400

2004

12,000

2005

13,588

 


 

 THE PORNOGRAPH WEB SİTE ORIGINS

Country

Porn Pages

U.S.

244,661,900

Germany

10,030,200

United Kingdom

8,506,800

Australia

5,655,800

Japan

2,700,800

The Netherlands

1,883,800

Russia

1,080,600

Poland

1,049,600

Spain

852,800

 

 

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http://www.safefamilies.org/sfStats.php

Statistics on Pornography, Sexual Addiction and Online Perpetrators

PORNOGRAPHY ADDICTION STATS

Pornography Addiction and Industry Statistics

As of 2003, there were 1.3 million pornographic websites; 260 million pages (N2H2, 2003).

The total porn industry revenue for 2006: $13.3 billion in the United States; $97 billion worldwide (Internet Filter Review).

U.S. adult DVD/video rentals in 2005: almost 1 billion (Adult Video News).
Hotel viewership for adult films: 55% (cbsnews.com).

Unique worldwide users visiting adult web sites monthly: 72 million (Internet Filter Review).

Number of hardcore pornography titles released in 2005 (U.S.): 13,588 (Internet Filter Review).

Adults admitting to Internet sexual addiction: 10%; 28% of those are women (Internet Filter Review).

More than 70% of men from 18 to 34 visit a pornographic site in a typical month (comScore Media Metrix).

More than 20,000 images of child pornography posted online every week (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 10/8/03).

Approximately 20% of all Internet pornography involves children (National Center for Mission & Exploited Children).

100,000 websites offer illegal child pornography (U.S. Customs Service estimate).

As of December 2005, child pornography was a $3 billion annual industry (Internet Filter Review).

"At a 2003 meeting of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, two thirds of the 350 divorce lawyers who attended said the Internet played a significant role in the divorces in the past year, with excessive interest in online porn contributing to more than half such cases. Pornography had an almost non-existent role in divorce just seven or eight years ago." (Divorcewizards.com)

Christians, Pastors and Church Pornography Statistics

A 1996 Promise Keepers survey at one of their stadium events revealed that over 50% of the men in attendance were involved with pornography within one week of attending the event.

51% of pastors say cyber-porn is a possible temptation. 37% say it is a current struggle (Christianity Today, Leadership Survey, 12/2001).

Over half of evangelical pastors admits viewing pornography last year.

Roger Charman of Focus on the Family's Pastoral Ministries reports that approximately 20 percent of the calls received on their Pastoral Care Line are for help with issues such as pornography and compulsive sexual behavior.

In a 2000 Christianity Today survey, 33% of clergy admitted to having visited a sexually explicit Web site. Of those who had visited a porn site, 53% had visited such sites “a few times” in the past year, and 18% visit sexually explicit sites between a couple of times a month and more than once a week.

29% of born again adults in the U.S. feel it is morally acceptable to view movies with explicit sexual behavior (The Barna Group).

57% of pastors say that addiction to pornography is the most sexually damaging issue to their congregation (Christians and Sex Leadership Journal Survey, March 2005).

Statistics on Women with Pornography Addiction

 28% those admitting to sexual addiction are women (internet-filter-review.com).

34% of female readers of Today's Christian Woman's online newsletter admitted to intentionally accessing Internet porn in a recent poll and 1 out of every 6 women, including Christians, struggles with an addiction to pornography (Today’s Christian Woman, Fall 2003).

Statistics on Pornography's Effect on Families and Marriages

47% percent of families said pornography is a problem in their home (Focus on the Family Poll, October 1, 2003).

The Internet was a significant factor in 2 out of 3 divorces (American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers in 2003 - divorcewizards.com).

Statistics on Child Pornography Use

9 out of 10 children aged between the ages of 8 and 16 have viewed pornography on the Internet, in most cases unintentionally (London School of Economics January 2002).

Average age of first Internet exposure to pornography: 11 years old (Internet Filter Review).

Largest consumer of Internet pornography: 12 - 17 year-old age group (various sources, as of 2007).

Adult industry says traffic is 20-30% children (NRC Report 2002, 3.3).

Youth with significant exposure to sexuality in the media were shown to be significantly more likely to have had intercourse at ages 14 to 16 (Report in Pediatrics, April, 2006).

"Never before in the history of telecommunications media in the United States has so much indecent (and obscene) material been so easily accessible by so many minors in so many American homes with so few restrictions."
 - U.S. Department of Justice, Post Hearing Memorandum of Points and Authorities, at l, ACLU v. Reno, 929 F. Supp. 824 (1996).

Statistics on Online Perpetrators

1 in 7 children who use the internet have been sexually solicated - 2005. (Internet Filter Review)

1 in 4 kids participate in Real Time Chat. (FamilyPC Survey, 2000).

1 in 5 children (10 to 17 years old) receives unwanted sexual solicitations online (Youth Internet Safety Survey, U.S. Department of Justice, 2001).

2 in 5 abductions of children ages 15-17 are due to Internet contact (San Diego Police Dept.).

76% of victims in Net-initiated sexual exploitation cases were 13-15, 75% were girls. "Most cases progressed to sexual encounters" - 93% of the face-to-face meetings involved illegal sex (Journal of Adolescent Health, November 2004).

http://www.safefamilies.org/sfStats.php

 




 

http://www.onlinemba.com/blog/stats-on-internet-pornography/

 

1) 12 % of web sites are pornographic, which is 24, 644,172

2) Each second 3, 075 dollars is spent on internet pornography, 28, 258 people are viewing pornography.

3) 40 million Americans are regular visitors of porn sites (16 % of the population)

4) In US, internet pornography pulls 2.84 billions of dollars every year. Global this amount is 5 billion dollars.

5) 2.5 billion e-mails per day are pornographic, this is 8 % of all mails.

6) 35 % of all internet downloads are pornographic

7) The average age of a child who sees pornography is 11 years old.

8) 20 % of men admit to watch porn at work.

9) Lowest porn watching  day: Thanksgiving

    Highest porn watching day: Sunday



 



 

 

http://www.healthymind.com/s-porn-stats.html

 

Internet Pornography Statistics: 2003

 

 

Sex Industry Statistics

*       $57.0 billion revenue world-wide1

*       $12.0 billion of this is US revenue, more than all combined revenues of all professional football, baseball and basketball franchises or the combined revenues of ABC, CBS, and NBC (6.2 billion). $2.5 of the $12 billion is related to internet porn.1

 

Porn on the Web

*       25% of total search engine requests are porn-related. (Top three searches: sex, mp3 and hotmail.)2

*       8% of total emails are porn-related. Average daily pornographic emails are 4.5 per internet user1

*       12% of total websites are pornographic1

 

Affecting Children

*       100,000 websites offer illegal child pornography1

*       Child pornography generates $3 billion annually1

*       90% of 8-16 year olds have viewed porn online (most while doing homework)1

*       Average age of first internet exposure to pornography is 11 years old1

*       Largest consumer of internet pornography 12-17 age group1

 

Affecting Adults

*       20% of men admit accessing pornography at work1

*       13% of women admit accessing pornography at work1

*       53% of Promise Keeper men viewed pornography the previous week in one study1

*       10% of adults admit having internet sexual addiction1

 

Business Productivity

*       70 percent of all internet porn traffic occurs during the 9-to-5 workday.2

*       Nearly one out of three companies has terminated an employee for inappropriate web use.2 (Some of this could be for liability reasons discussed below.)

*       According to Internet Data Center research 30 to 40 percent of employee internet activity is non business-related, costing millions of dollars in productivity.2 This does not mean all the activity is porn related. For example, the cost to businesses in lost employee productivity from the internet broadcasts of the Starr report and the Clinton grand-jury video was in excess of $450 million, according to a study reported by ZDNet.2

 

Business and Legal Ramifications

*       Internet porn introduces the issue of a hostile work environment relative to internet use. Whereas lewd jokes, questionable bulletin board items or inappropriate comments used to put companies in hot water, employees today are accessing websites that promote hate groups, pornography and illegal activities. Viewed by an offended co-worker, any of these cyber-activities can bring lawsuits upon a company.2

*       Several Fortune 500 companies have created an “acceptable use policy” for internet usage, including a disclaimer about the dangers of the internet, a summary of appropriate and inappropriate uses of the internet (i.e., no personal commercial uses, no illegal copying, etc.), a statement about avoiding frivolous use (i.e., downloading large personal files, engaging in chat rooms, etc.) and a ‘no expectation of privacy’ statement that waives privacy rights over any materials sent or created using the company’s computer network.2

 

Sources:

1From http://www.internetfilterreview.com/internet-pornography-statistics.html - September, 2003

 

2From http://www.websense.com/products/resources/wp/hr_wp.pdf - September, 2003  (page no longer available on web)

 

 

 



 

Internet Pornography Statistics

September 5, 2010

(Source: Pink Cross Foundation) According to comScore Media Metrix, there were 63.4 million unique visitors to adult websites in December of 2005, reaching 37.2% of the Internet audience.

According to the Florida Family Association, PornCrawler, their specialized software program, identified 20 U.S. companies that accounted for more than 70 percent of 297 million porn links on the Internet.

By the end of 2004, there were 420 million pages of pornography, and it is believed that the majority of these websites are owned by less than 50 companies (LaRue, Jan. "Obscenity and the First Amendment." Summit on Pornography. Rayburn House Office Building. Room 2322. May 19, 2005).

The Internet pornography industry generates $12 billion dollars in annual revenue, larger than the combined annual revenues of ABC, NBC, and CBS (Family Safe Media, January 10, 2006).

The average age of first exposure to Internet porn is 11 (Family Safe Media, December 15, 2005).

The largest group of viewers of Internet porn is children between ages 12 and 17 (Family Safe Media, December 15, 2005).

According to comScore Media Metrix, 71.9 million people visited adult sites in August 2005, reaching 42.7 percent of the Internet audience.

According to comScore Media Metrix, Internet users viewed over 15 billion pages of adult content in August 2005.

According to comScore Media Metrix, Internet users spent an average of 14.6 minutes per day viewing adult content online.

More than 32 million unique individuals visited a porn site in Sept. of 2003. Nearly 22.8 million of them were male (71 percent), while 9.4 million adult site visitors were female (29 percent)

(Nielsen/Net Ratings, Sept. 2003).

N2H2's database contained 14 million identified pages of pornography in 1998, so the growth to 260 million represents an almost 20-fold increase in just five years (N2H2, 9/23/03).

The cybersex industry generates approximately $1 billion annually and is expected to grow to $5-7 billion over the next 5 years, barring unforeseen change (National Research Council Report, 2002).

The total porn industry - estimates from $4 billion to $10 billion (National Research Council Report, 2002).

See also:

www.thepinkcross.org/porn_stat_page
www.thepinkcross.org/../internet-porn-statistics

References:

Naked Capitalists: There's No Business Like Porn Business


San Diego's adult entertainment goes uptown, upscale and online


Pornography Statistics - pureHOPE

 
Internet Pornography Statistics - TopTenREVIEWS


Stats on Internet Pornography - Online MBA

 

 

 

 

 







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