Facebook, Google, Twitter join hands against child porn
Facebook, Google, Twitter join hands against child porn

Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Twitter are working with Britain's Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) to implement a new system that will help detect and block images of child pornography online.

Prices of porn DVDs are hitting the roof – find out why
Prices of porn DVDs are hitting the roof – find out why

Following the Centre's ban on pornographic websites, there was speculation whether nights will be as exciting as earlier.

Banning porn won't work, sex education will: Experts

Terming the government's crackdown on 857 pornographic websites an "act in haste", the country's top sex and behavioural experts have favoured making sex education mandatory for young Indian teenagers so that crimes like rape or child molestation can be efficiently curbed.

Canada police announce 41 arrests in child porn probe

Canadian police announced today the arrest of 41 people in Canada and the United States for child pornography distributed through social media in 17 countries.

Japan bans child porn possession

Japan on Wednesday finally fell into line with other developed countries and made the possession of child pornography illegal.

Japan to ban possession of child pornography except comics

Japan, the only country among the G7 nations that does not prohibit possession of child pornography, has taken an important step towards making it illegal although the law does not include comics.

US dismantles huge international child porn website

The United States announced today it has dismantled a massive international online child pornography ring, one of the largest such operations ever uncovered.

Google to block searches for child porn

In a bid to counter child sexual abuse, Google has announced the development of a new software that will block links to child abuse material on the web.

Twitter slammed after refusing to pay in fight against child porn

Twitter has been reportedly slammed for resisting request of an increase of 5,000 pounds in contribution to fight against child porn on the internet.

Twitter slammed after refusing to pay in fight against child porn

Twitter has been reportedly slammed for resisting request of an increase of 5,000 pounds in contribution to fight against child porn on the internet.

Google to pay million pounds to charity monitoring online child porn

Internet giant Google has pledged to donate 1 million sterling pounds to the British charity The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), which monitors online child porn.

Australian ex-TV host jailed for child porn

A former Australian TV personality has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for watching child pornography.

Kutcher joins child porn clean-up drive

Ashton Kutcher had his first experience of the child porn racket when he accompanied investigators during a sweep in Northern California.

British police ex-staff faces jail for child porn

Nicholas White, 27, has admitted 20 counts of possessing indecent images and two of possessing extreme images at Cambridge Crown Court.

Canadian bishop gets 15 months in child porn case

A Canadian Catholic bishop who admitted being addicted to watching child porn has been sentenced to 15 months jail.

Britain`s `biggest collector of child porn` jailed

Daniel Taylor pleaded guilty to 27 charges including making and possessing indecent images.

I collected child porn for thesis: Man to court

A former art teacher in Australia has been jailed for possessing over 200,000 child porn images. The accused told the court he was collecting them for a thesis.

Facebook and Microsoft battle child porn

Facebook will use Microsoft`s PhotoDNA to automatically trawl photos posted by users for child abuse.

Austrian police smash huge child porn ring

A huge child porn ring involving
more than 100 men, including four teachers and a kindergarten
worker, has been smashed in Austria.

Global `Lost Boy` child porn ring smashed: US

US authorities have said they
had broken up an international online child pornography ring using a bulletin board called "Lost Boy" and charged some 20 people in five countries.