Internet providers Verizon, Sprint, and Time-Warner Cable have agreed to block access to child pornography and eliminate the material from their servers, according to Andrew Cuomo, New York State's Attorney General.According to the AP,
"Investigators said they found 88 newsgroups devoted to child pornography in an 8 month investigation. "
All are being shut down by these cable providers.
"We are doing our part to deter the accessibility of such harmful content through the Internet, and we are providing monetary resources that will go toward the identification and removal of online child pornography,"
said Sprint spokesman Matthew Sullivan.
"We embrace this opportunity to build upon our own long-standing commitment to online child safety."
A Verizon representative pointed out that they can't possibly scan every user group, but they will work very quickly to deal with the issue when it is brought to their attention.Ya know, technologically, Internet providers have incredible resources for scanning....they just need the will. It looks like Andrew Cuomo has made them