Time for ISPs to take moral responsibility

Nutley, Michael
August 2002
New Media Age;8/22/2002, p18
Trade Publication
Comments on the moral responsibility of Internet service providers for the content they host. Complaints against ISP regarding online pedophiles and music piracy; Ways by which ISP can monitor sensitive areas of content; Discussion of the monitoring of chat rooms.


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