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Spark supports parents in child protection from online pornography

Friday 10 August 2018 | 09:31 CET | News
New Zealand Children's Minister Tracey Martin has raised the important issue of how to keep children safe from online pornography. Spark has announced that it shares the Minister's view that this is a topic that deserves focus and consideration and urges the Minister to involve New Zealand internet and mobile service providers in the debate and conversation. Spark has recently launched an internet filtering service dubbed 'Net Shield', which is designed to protect the home from harmful online content.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: McAfee / Spark
Countries: New Zealand
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