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State media in China reported that authorities had shut down some of Googleâ€™s search services because of indecent material, leading the Internet giant to announce on Friday it would work harder to eliminate pornography from its Chinese Web pages.
Innovative Approach to Helping Ministry Students Avoid Unhealthy Habits ATLANTA, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- InternetSafety.com announced today that Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC, is distributing the company's Safe Eyes filtering software free to all incoming students to help them avoid the temptations of Internet pornography.
Some child protection advocates say the leaking of an Australian government list of Internet porn sights has opened up a Pandora's Box. The Australian said Saturday that the 2,395 Web pages that were posted by an anti-censorship group had been meant for blockage by a nationwide Internet filter program but the list now offer users a ready guide to X-rated sites. Every 15-year-old boy in the country is going to be after this porn list, fumed Bernadette McMenamin, chief executive of Child Wise,...
NEW YORK, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to news sources, on Monday China launched a crackdown on Internet pornography, targeting online portals and search engines such as Google.
By Josh Stockinger jstockinger@@dailyherald.com A 20-year-old St. Charles man was being held in lieu of $70,000 bond Friday on charges of trading child pornography over the Internet. Scott J. Nuxoll, of 215 N.
By Melinda Rogers, The Salt Lake Tribune Aug. 6--Former South Jordan fire captain Michael Farnsworth claims he broke no laws by creating a fake MySpace profile and befriending about 90 underage girls while posing as a 21-year-old single man.
By Danny Teigman, Newsday, Melville, N.Y. Aug. 6--Cablevision Systems Corp., Long Island's largest Internet service provider, yesterday became the latest provider to voluntarily block child pornography Web sites and their images.
By Nigel Morris Home Affairs Correspondent Films posted on video-sharing websites such as YouTube should carry age certificates and those with pornographic or violent content should be subject to a television-style "watershed", MPs say today.
ONCE again, research has highlighted the dangers kids face when using the internet. Recent findings showed that 11 per cent of children have had a sexually explicit conversation online and a quarter have visited adult websites.
By MCDONALD, Greer CHILDREN stumbling into pornographic websites while doing their homework has prompted one of New Zealand's largest Internet providers to block access to illegal sites.
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