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ASACP Creates Video on RTA Site Label

Video made to show industry’s self-regulatory efforts.

ASACP Creates Video on RTA Site Label
LOS ANGELES - Nonprofit organization Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection has produced a video demonstrating the adult industry's commitment to self-regulation through adoption of the Restricted to Adults website label.


"In the five years I have been executive director of ASACP, not once did I meet an adult-content producer who wanted children to see their work," said ASACP Executive Director Joan Irvine. "However, while the industry does firmly believe that their work is by adults for adults only, there are people out there who believe that the adult industry wants to corrupt their children.  The reason we have created this video is to clearly state that this is not the case."



The video, which can be viewed at YouTube and on ASACP's MySpace Page, features highlights from the June press conference announcing the RTA website label. In addition to footage of Irvine, the video features commentary from free-speech advocate Greg Piccionelli and Wicked Pictures contract performer, writer and director Stormy Daniels, who discusses how the adult industry works to prevent children from viewing age-inappropriate material online.    

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