Doing A U-Turn On Policing Child Pornography

from the let's-think-this-one-through dept

Thus, the company that owns UK’s Demon ISP seems to have made quite the about face on its child pornography policy in the last week. Just last week a company representative announced its plans to get rid of child pornography on its servers saying: “It is shoddy to argue that it is too difficult to police content.” Apparently, though, they never did anything. This week they’re suddenly saying that it is too difficult to police content.

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