The public, adult performers and law enforcement are being invited to answer a questionnaire on the impact of pornography.

It will be used in a review of the industry that will make recommendations to government.

Questions will include the effect of porn on relationships, mental health and attitudes towards women and girls.

But a trade association for the adult industry has said it seemed a “pretext for greater censorship”.

The review will also look at how AI and virtual reality are changing how pornography is made and consumed.

There is concern about the ability of AI to generate child abuse images, and non-consensual pornographic images.

In December the government announced that Conservative peer Baroness Bertin, who used to work at 10 Downing Street, would lead an “independent” pornography review.

The study would examine abuse, exploitation and trafficking in the pornography industry, its impact on viewers, and ways to bolster law enforcement to help tackle illegal pornographic content.

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