Private Investigators London give Information about Internet Monitoring in Light of BBC News Report: Search Engines Urged to Block More Online Porn Sites

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Private Investigators London give information about internet monitoring in light of recent BBC News report dated 31 May 2013: Search engines urged to block more online porn sites

Keeping children safe online and preventing exposure of pornographic and disturbing images is paramount. Internet monitoring can give parents peace of mind

According to the recent BBC News report: Search engines urged to block more online porn sties, John Carr, a member of the government’s Council on Child Internet Safety said it has a ‘zero tolerance’ policy to child sexual abuse content. Mr Carr said there was "no question" that some men who look at child sex abuse images go on to carry out abuse. The council want Google and other search engines to reset their default search setting to block access to legal as well as illegal pornographic images. Those wishing to search for that type of images would need to register in a hope that it would deter them from doing so.

The BBC News report went on to say that some internet companies are reluctant to change their settings as it could put them at a competitive disadvantage. Pedophile Mark Bridger was found guilty by Justice Griffith-Williams at Mold Crown Court on Thursday 30th May of abducting and murdering five year old April Jones (case number T20127251) and sentenced to a whole life prison term. Bridger’s conviction has renewed the debate about what could be done to limit access to pornography including violent images of children.

With the internet more freely available to everyone and especially children, parents and teachers are becoming increasingly worried about the type of content available to their children and pupils online. It is very easy to enter a quite innocent word into a search engine and receive hardcore pornographic images in return. With this in mind preventing children from the exposure of these images could reduce the number of adult offenders in the future. Private Investigators London offer parental internet monitoring which can provide the parent or carer some peace of mind with full access to the activity that has taken place on a child’s PC or mobile phone.

Spokesperson from Private investigators London, Diane Chivers said:
“Keeping children safe online and preventing exposure of pornographic and disturbing images is paramount. Internet monitoring can give parents peace of mind.”

Private Investigators London along with their sister company Private Detectives Manchester are a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.

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Private Investigators London
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