Summary: Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has vowed not to run away from the proposed mandatory internet service provider (ISP)-level internet filtering policy, stating that the advent...
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Summary: Microsoft and CEOP, the UK's child protection agency, have teamed up to offer a panic button for IE users. Nothing for Firefox, Chrome or Safari users though;
Summary: British professor Robin Dunbar suggests that we can maintain stable social relationships with only 150 people, but I think today's social web allows for a much greater number.Dunbar...
Summary: Vodafone Australia said it planned to introduce 24-hour moderators and profanity filters in its mobile chat-rooms as part of a range of measures to reduce potential for paedophiles...
Summary: The head of a Queensland Police Internet child abuse protection unit has outlined safety concerns about mobile phone chatrooms after recent reports they are being used by paedophiles.Vodaf...
Summary: The first of many bucks that stop with the ISPs...
Summary: Those who use the Internet to make contact with children before attempting to sexually abuse them could soon be jailed for up to a decade
Summary: Microsoft's decision to shut its chatrooms should be just the beginning, say the NCH and the NSPCC
Summary: Was decision to scrap chatrooms taken for the kids or for the bank manager?
Summary: Those convicted of the new offence of making online contact with children with the intention of later abuse will face up to five years in jail
Summary: The British government plans to update the laws on sexual offences, including taking account of the way that paedophiles are using the Internet to contact children
Summary: Covert tactics have been used for the first time to arrest and sentence a British Internet paedophile
Summary: The Home Office is to spend £1.5m on advertising campaigns in national newspapers and magazines to educate parents and help kids surf safely
Summary: UPDATED: An Internet chat site for teenagers has been forced to hire 200 moderators to cool down some of the conversations
Summary: Home Office minister Beverley Hughes warned on Monday that new laws designed to protect children from Internet paedophiles will be delayed
Summary: The Home Office has been criticised for excluding public interest groups from its consultation on new 'grooming' laws
Summary: New UK laws will make it a criminal offence for Net predators to arrange to meet a child offline.
Summary: The case, which has legal experts scouring the statute books, could set a worldwide precedent in Internet law
Summary: Supanet will help shield children online, but suspected paedophiles will be kicked out rather than reported
Summary: Opposition parties slam home secretary's U-turn on criminalising the practice, saying Labour is stealing their ideas