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UK Government Seeking To Expand Scope of 'Voluntary' Website Blocking 75

Posted by timothy
from the camel-nose-is-a-powerful-wedge dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The UK Internet Watch Foundation, which already works with most consumer broadband ISPs to block websites that contain child sexual abuse content, could soon see its 'voluntary' remit extended to include internet sites that contain 'violent and unlawful' content."
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UK Government Seeking To Expand Scope of 'Voluntary' Website Blocking

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