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Cameron tells web companies to block child sexual abuse searches

22/07/2013 12:52

Prime minister warns of legislation if Google and other providers fail to blacklist 'sick and malevolent' terms.
David Cameron will tell internet companies including Google they have a "moral duty" to do more to tackle child abuse images found by using their websites.
In a major speech on Monday he will call for search engines to block any results being displayed for a blacklist of terms compiled by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop).
The government has been involved in negotiations with technology firms over the best way to crack down on child abuse and the main service providers have agreed to introduce "splash pages" that tell people if they are attempting to view illegal images.
But the prime minister will call on firms to go further, with splash screens warning of consequences "such as losing their job, their family, even access to their children" as a result of viewing the content.
Mr Cameron's initiative follows a meeting at Downing Street last week with the parents of Tia Sharp and April Jones. Mark Bridger, who killed April Jones, and Stuart Hazell, murderer of Tia Sharp, were both found to have accessed child and violent pornography.
The prime minister told BBC1's Andrew Marr Show he was prepared to bring in new laws if necessary.
He said: "I'm concerned as a politician and as a parent about this issue, and I think all of us have been a bit guilty of saying: well it's the internet, it's lawless, there's nothing you can do about it.

Source: https://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/jul/21/cameron-block-child-sex-searches