Home Office Clueless Over its Own Anti-Child Porn Measures

The Home Office has admitted that it has been trying to force ISPs to subscribe to the Internet Watch Foundation’s (IWF) blacklist, even though it doesn’t know what the organisation does. Speaking exclusively to Computer Shopper, a Home Office spokesman thought the IWF deletes illegal websites and doesn’t look at the content they rate. He also revealed that the government’s measures to ensure that the IWF is blocking illegal content only consist of meeting with the IWF fairly regularly for updates on how they’re doing

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