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Three Internet Providers Agree to Block Child Porn

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Three Internet Providers Agree to Block Child Porn
The AP reports: Internet providers Verizon, Sprint and Time Warner Cable have agreed to block access to child pornography and eliminate the material from their servers, New York's attorney general said Tuesday. The companies also will pay $1.1 million to help fund efforts to remove the online child porn created and disseminated by users through their services, Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said. The changes will affect customers nationwide.

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UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
How do they plan to block child porn without blocking all porn? I like the idea, but don't see how effective it'll be without someone complaigning about infringing on their 1st ammendment rights.
onabanana onabanana 8 years
Child porn is wrong and I approve of the new policy. I like that it was the private companies decision to do this. I think if it were the government dictating this kind of policy to the company I might feel a little more uneasy. But Yay!
syako syako 8 years
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