A UN report titled, Cyber Violence Against Women and Girls has been published by members of the Working Group on Broadband and Gender with editorial inputs by teams from UN Women, UNDP and ITU.
It is very manipulative report, starting by discussing internationally reprehensible online behaviour such as making death threats. It then defines these as 'cyber violence' and establishes that such behaviour should not be allowed on the internet,
presumably assuming concurrence by readers.
Then it pulls a fast one by defining a long list of other things as a 'a form of cyber violence', many of which are nothing to do with violence, but are just a wish list of things that feminists do not like. This list includes the adult consensual sex
trade and inevitably, your bog standard porn. The authors claim:
Research reveals that 88.2% of top rated porn scenes contain aggressive acts and 94% of the time the act is directed towards a woman
Hence porn should be banned as 'cyber violence against women'.
Update: Cybersexism? Yet another feminist panic
2nd October 2015. See article from spiked-online.com
by Ella Whelan
The UN's report on cybersexism is shrill and illiberal.