It is a billion-dollar industry at consumers' fingertips with access to porn sites typically just a few clicks away.

Now, State lawmakers are trying to limit the online industry in Hawaii.

"In this digital world it's everywhere and this is what we want to stop," Representative Sam Kong said.

Research has shown porn sites get more regular traffic than Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter combined each month.

One of the industry's top sites receives nearly 1,000 visits per second.

At the State Capitol, a pair of bills in both the House and Senate call for blocking all porn sites unless consumers over the age of eighteen pay a one-time fee of $20 to access them.

The fee would go into a State special fund for human trafficking and child exploitation.

"The bill is an answered prayer," Mililani resident Alicia Smith said. "This bill speaks to the needs of parents, grandparents who have to figure out how to set the blocking for this kind of obscenities. Imagine it happening over and over and over again for everyone who buys a phone."

According to supporters of the porn-blocking bill, the measure would help curb the amount of kids exposed to the industry's content. 

Representative Sam Kong says cell phone carriers could sell phones that block internet porn by default.

"Even sex trafficking and those kind of concerns its now there, not on the streets but at your fingertips," Representative Sam Kong said. 

 Meanwhile those against the measure call it unconstitutional. Opponents say a block on porn is a blow to freedom of speech.

HB567 passed through the House Committee on Intrastate Commerce Tuesday.