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The Government has unveiled plans for age verification on porn websites in its new Digital Economy Bill, set to come into force in 2017.
Just how the ages of the users of sites will be monitored is unclear, but the issue has alarmed privacy campaigners, since it could mean having to register a credit card with a porn website.
A quarter of these women experienced symptoms very often or always for over six months, which caused them distress (1.9%, 95% CI 1.5% to 2.3%).
Women who reported painful sex were more likely to have other problems with sexual function compared with women who did not experience any pain: Painful sex was also associated with sexual relationship factors, such as not sharing the same level of interest in sex as a partner (adjusted odds ratio [a OR] 2.56, 95% CI 1.97 to 3.33).
The bill should make it easier for customers to switch telecoms providers, by making it the company’s responsibility to manage the move between networks, rather than the customer.
There are also plans to open data sets within the public sector, helping with connectivity.
The body would be able to alert credit card companies, even if the websites themselves didn’t cooperate.
Find out more about sexual health support services in your area.The new digital scheme also includes a right legal right to high-speed broadband.Under the Broadband Universal Service Obligation businesses and individuals would have a connection of a minimum of 10Mbps.The study was funded by the Medical Research Council, the Wellcome Trust, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Department of Health.One of the authors is a governor of the Wellcome Trust. The BBC News story was accurate, but if you wanted to be pedantic, 7.5% doesn't really correspond to "nearly 1 in 10 women".