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TeliaSonera IC launches child porn sites blocking service

Thursday 4 September 2008 | 11:27 CET | News
Global provider of IP-services TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSCIC) has launched a free service allowing operators and Internet Service Providers the ability to deny their users access to websites containing child sexual abuse materials over the internet. The service is based on an application provided by the Swedish company NetClean and uses a dynamic and comprehensive list from the UK-based Internet Watch Foundation, which contains live child sexual abuse URL's. If a user, willingly or not, tries to access such a page, he or she will instead be confronted with a stop sign, explaining

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