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Ban on internet porn in public places

Internet pornography will no longer be accessible in public across the UK under plans by internet providers to place an automatic block on such sites.

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The effort comes after the convictions of Muslim men in a string of cases including those in Rochdale, Derby and Oxford, where five men were yesterday sentenced to life in prison for their involvement in a sex abuse gang.

Muslims unite to condemn 'extreme depravity' of child grooming in first UK-wide single sermon

500 Imams will deliver the unprecedented address following several abuse cases involving Muslim men

Court artist sketch of Moors Murderer Ian Brady appearing via video at his mental health tribunal

Ian Brady still psychotic, says doctor

The child killer suffers from long-term paranoid schizophrenia which does not "just fade away and die", according to the clinician in charge of his care

Google, BT and Yahoo! agree plan to tackle child porn on the web

Computer experts are to track down and block online child abuse images in an attempt to reverse the spread of sites used by paedophile groups, the Government announced today.

Loophole gives animals and corpses more rights than women in porn, say anti-rape campaigners

Necrophilia and bestiality are illegal but pornography depicting rape scenes is not

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Claire Perry MP outlines automatic porn filters for UK by end of the year

Plans would mean that users would have to 'opt-out' to view explicit material

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The headteacher at The Leys school in Cambridge, is considering asking a porn star to speak at the school

Cambridge headteacher considers inviting porn star to teach students about sex and relationships

Mark Slater says he's worried about the impact the industry is having on children

Editorial: Internet can be a force for good

Despite privacy fears, most people recognise that the benefits outweigh the costs

Websites containing images of child abuse will be flagged up to internet users with a clear message explaining why the site they are trying to access has been blocked

BT to display clear message on web pages containing child abuse images

The new system is the latest move in the battle against indecent online images, which are believed to have played a part in a number of recent high-profile child murders.

Google cut its overall tax rate by almost half thanks to the move

Google gives £1m to IWF charity that polices child abuse online

The “substantial sum” is equal to a whole year’s running costs for the IWF

Mark Bridger had cartoon pornographic images depicting bound and gagged youngsters being sexually abused, as well as images of apparently dead youngsters

Campaigners urge government criminalise pornography featuring scenes of simulated rape in wake of April Jones and Tia Sharp murders

More than 100 campaigners have written to David Cameron urging possession of the material be made a criminal offence

Possible new measures include greater use of online filters

Government calls summit with Google, Microsoft and Facebook to block terror and pornography sites

Culture Secretary orders internet crackdown in wake of Woolwich attack and April Jones killing

Former Sunday Telegraph journalist Benjamin Leapman in child porn denial

A journalist who helped expose MPs fiddling their expenses has denied a series of child pornography charges.

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