The world wide police agency known as Interpol, announced that there is an international initiative that allows internet providers to block the access of those that try to get online on websites with pedophile content. The users will be redirected to the Interpol website or a page of error, the organization says that the list will be updated constantly with the contributions of the police on their 188 countries branches.
Sources of the international agency say that so far they have 265 websites registered. They also added that the list it’s a media complement and used on several countries. This is a preventive initiative whose objective is not to investigate Internet users. “This tool is from the prevention policy for websites were children are sexually exploited,” such were the comments of Jon Eyers, sub director of human traffic for the Interpol.
This is a way to identify the people that have these practices and to dismantle the organizations responsible. Last year, during the Interpol general assembly in Singapur, its country supporters adopted this measure to stop the distribution of such materials. The resolution incites to promote the use of devices with that end, including the blocking of such web pages.