Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Dutch Law wont Block Second Life

Dutch tech webzine reports that the Dutch Minister of Justice won't force ISP's to block childpornography sites. A special note is made that the Justice department wont fix laws on 'virtual childporn' in Second Life either.

Earlier this it was reported that provider UPC would block a number of websites, in accordance with a list supplied by the KLPD, the national Police departments. Not much later KPN went along too. In March there were questions asked on virtual (child) pornography in the Dutch parliament.

Now the minister said that the providers have shown to be social consious and he does not deem it necessary to come up with regulation.

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Blogger Gwendolyn Kronsage said...

if only that was picked up by Dutch MSM just as much as his remark that he would scrutinize for child porn. But a negative point of view on SL is always a lot more interesting it seems these days

Monday, July 16, 2007 6:39:00 PM  

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