4:57PM BST 06 Oct 2013
Online alarm system to target paedophiles [sic]
"A computer alarm system that warns paedophiles [sic] they have been discovered trying to access child porn online will be launched this week.
The system will be launched by the major internet providers Sky, Virgin, BT and TalkTalk [ISP level - interesting], as part of the Government’s crackdown on child abuse. [sic]
The warning sign will flash up on the screen if the offender [sic] tries to search [search - do these ISPs have search engines, anymore?] for illegal images [sic] on up to 9,700 websites [what 'websites' would they be?].
It was say they are breaking the law [sic] and that the police have been alerted [have we got images turned on or off, constable?].
The system will be launched by the major internet providers Sky, Virgin, BT and TalkTalk, as part of the Government’s crackdown on child abuse. [sic]
The system will also carry a helpline number.
Additional analysts tasked with hunting down child porn sites [sic] will also be employed by the New Year as part of the new National Crime Agency.
David Cameron, the Prime Minister, has demanded action on tackling online child abuse [sic] in the wake of a number of high profile cases that have put its impact [sic] in to the spotlight.
Mark Bridger killed five-year-old April Jones after scouring the internet for sick images. [sic]
Claire Perry, the Prime Minister’s child protection adviser, said: “Deterrent pages [sic] that spell out the consequences [sic] of viewing abhorrent material, as well as links to organisations that can help are a welcome development.”"
'You'll lose your family' [good riddance to bad rubbish, then]: What new alarm messaging system will warn paedophiles [sic] when they access child abuse websites [sic]
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