November 28, 2018

Business Insider: Starbucks says it is finally going to block customers from watching porn in stores after years of pressure

  • Starbucks is rolling out a new tool meant to stop customers from watching pornography and viewing other explicit content in stores in 2019, the company told Business Insider.
  • The coffee giant has been under pressure to block pornography for years, as chains including McDonald's and Chick-fil-A have set up content filters on public Wi-Fi.
  • The internet-safety organization Enough Is Enough® slammed Starbucks earlier this week over its lack of action on the issue despite a 2016 commitment to block explicit content.

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