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Mobile & Wireless

Dialog joins GSMA's alliance against child porn

Friday 17 October 2008 | 09:20 CET | News
Sri Lankan operator Dialog Telekom has joined the GSMA's Mobile Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Content. The company has committed obstruct the use of the mobile environment by individuals or organisations wishing to consume or profit from child sexual abuse content. Dialog Telekom, in association with the National Child Protection Authority in Sri Lanka, is preventing access of child sexual abuse content from external websites accessible through Dialog mobiles. The company will block sites identified by the Internet Watch Foundation.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Dialog Telekom
Countries: Sri Lanka
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