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Polish govt works on provisions to stop internet pornography

Friday 5 December 2014 | 10:46 CET | News
Internet providers in Poland will have to provide applications blocking pornography, reports Rpkom.pl. This is a proposal adopted by the Parliamentary commission for administration and digitisation. The draft document assumes that internet provider will supply their customers with free software allowing them to block pornographic content. The ISP must also include a provision in the customer contract, stating that the internet access it delivers does not include pornographic content.

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