Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Should companies police for child pornography

Few issues arouse as much public condemnation as child pornography. As a visual record of child sexual abuse, its production and dissemination scars innocent lives forever. It is illegal in virtually all developed countries to produce, distribute, and receive child pornography. So despite a criminal online trade in child pornography worth billions of dollars, no legitimate company would knowingly go anywhere near the practice. But should companies play a larger role in actively stamping out child pornography? And if so, how far should they go?

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