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The I-Phone and Porn?

July 25, 2009

I just wanted to ask the question today: So how are you doing with the I-Phone and your web surfing?

This might be a question an accountability partner would need to ask you if you have an I-Phone, I-Touch, or some other device that can surf the web. Portable devices make it even easier for us to look at porn.

We’ve got to build some accountability into our lives
around our I-Phones.

  • Find a buddy you can openly talk to about your phone Internet use
  • Covenant Eyes is testing some accountability software for the I-phone
  • You might need to disable your phone Internet service so you won’t have problems

One of our readers recommended Safe Eyes Mobile, which has software for I-Phone and I-Touch.  Thanks for the recommendation!  Here is their website: 


Did you look at or intentionally search for anything questionable or sensual on your phone?

What struggles have you had with your phone use since we last talked?

  1. July 28, 2009 12:16 pm

    You might like this post about how porn follows new technology –

    Three years ago, when Sony came out with Playstation Portable, the adult market began offering pornographic downloads for it. That same year a leading porn production house signed a deal with Brickhouse Mobile, with the hopes of bringing their film clips to cell phone users. Now its the iPhone. Adult content producers at the last Adult Video News (AVN) convention said the iPhone is the “perfect vehicle” for bringing mobile porn to America.

    I agree with what Damon Brown says: “If we invent a machine, the first thing we are going to do—after making a profit—is use it to watch porn.”

  2. July 28, 2009 12:19 pm

    Have you checked out Safe Eyes Mobile for the iPhone? It’s from the same software as Safe Eyes, which is recommended by XXXChurch and SettingCaptivesFree to hlpe fight pornography addictions. It replaces the Safari Browser and can filter 35 categories of web sites, plus can block any additional sites you want blocked. Here is a review from TechJaws:

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