No single cure-all exists to protect kids from pornography and other dangers on the internet, according to a report released May 2 by the National Research Council (NRC).

Instead, the 420-page report, called "Youth, Pornography, and the Internet," recommends that individual communities blend an appropriate mix of educational, technical, and legal strategies to keep kids safe online.

"No single approach can provide a solution, since any one approach alone can be circumvented with enough effort. A balanced mix of strategies is needed," said former Attorney General Richard Thornburgh, chairman

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