27/07/2005

Child porn: ISP regulations set for Commons debate - Government & Law - Breaking Business and Technology News at silicon.com

Child porn: ISP regulations set for Commons debate - Government & Law - Breaking Business and Technology News at silicon.com

A labour MP want ISPs to declare whether they have taken steps to stop child porn.

Unfortunately as soon as child porn is mentioned everyone has "a moral obligation" to agree with the policy however dumb or look to be a supported of child porn.

This is one step down the road to censorship, not all ISPs can filter web traffic (if any traffic) and this would add huge costs, who should foot the bill?

There are already processes in place with organisations such as IWF and these generally work.
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