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hypersensitiveZO6
06-27-2006, 09:08 PM
This is extremely disturbing to me. I've got kids and can't bear to think about these freaks on the web doing this. I understand people who's job is pornography, but when kids get involved, I get a little ****ed off. :cuss:


By ANICK JESDANUN, AP Internet Writer
Tue Jun 27, 12:35 AM ET



NEW YORK - Five leading online service providers will jointly build a database of child-pornography images and develop other tools to help network operators and law enforcement better prevent distribution of the images.

The companies pledged $1 million among them Tuesday to set up a technology coalition as part of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. They aim to create the database by year's end, though many details remain unsettled.

The participating companies are Time Warner Inc.'s AOL, Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO - news), Microsoft Corp., EarthLink Inc. and United Online Inc., the company behind NetZero and Juno.

Ernie Allen, the chief executive of the missing children's center, noted that the Internet companies already possess many technologies to help protect users from threats such as viruses and e-mail "phishing" scams. "There's nothing more insidious and inappropriate" than child pornography, he said.

The announcement comes as the U.S. government is pressuring service providers to do more to help combat child pornography. Top law enforcement officials have told Internet companies they must retain customer records longer to help in such cases and have suggested seeking legislation to require it.

AOL chief counsel John Ryan said the coalition was partly a response to Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales' April speech identifying increases in child-porn cases and chiding the Internet industry for not doing more about them.

The creation of the technology coalition does not directly address the preservation of records but could demonstrate the industry's willingness to cooperate.

Plans call for the missing children's center to collect known child-porn images and create a unique mathematical signature for each one based on a common formula. Each participating company would scan its users' images for matches.

AOL, for instance, plans to check e-mail attachments that are already being scanned for viruses. If child porn is detected, AOL would refer the case to the missing-children's center for further investigation, as service providers are required to do under federal law.

Each company will set its own procedures on how it uses the database, but executives say the partnership will let companies exchange their best ideas ultimately developing tools for preventing child-porn distribution instead of simply catching violations.

"When we pool together all our collective know-how and technical tools, we hope to come up with something more comprehensive along the lines of preventative" measures, said Tim Cranton, Microsoft's director of Internet safety enforcement programs.

Ryan said that although AOL will initially focus on scanning e-mail attachments, the goal is to ultimately develop techniques for checking other distribution techniques as well, such as instant messaging or Web uploads.

Representatives will begin meeting next month to evaluate their technologies, determining, for instance, whether cropping an image would change its signature and hinder comparisons. Also to be discussed are ways to ensure that customers' privacy is protected. Authorities still would need subpoenas to get identifying information on violators.

The companies involved said they are talking with other service providers about joining. But companies that do not participate still are required by law to report any suspected child-porn images, and many already have their own techniques for monitoring and identifying them.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060627/ap_on_hi_te/internet_child_porn

Halfcan
06-28-2006, 09:11 AM
I would volunteer to gather the porn.

DJay23
06-28-2006, 09:16 AM
First place they need to look is myspace.com. that place is loaded with little kids acting like they're not little.

Fire Me Boy!
06-28-2006, 09:40 AM
I would volunteer to gather the porn.
You're volunteering to gather the kiddie porn? You can sign up at 4th and Minnesota in KCK or at 1125 Locust St. in KCMO. That's the police station -- just tell them you're interested in finding the most kiddie porn you can find.

hypersensitiveZO6
06-28-2006, 09:51 AM
First place they need to look is myspace.com. that place is loaded with little kids acting like they're not little.


Its the worst by far. You have 12 year olds putting pictures of themselves in thongs, 13 year olds making videos. :shake:

You look at some of the videos at that site and its porn galore. They need to make that site for 18 years or older. Xanga is also in the running.

Ultra Peanut
06-28-2006, 10:04 AM
http://random-m.com/images/1472613955_DoggyDoodlies.gif

THE INTERNET IS PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE FOR CHILDREN JACKASS

58-4ever
06-28-2006, 10:06 AM
http://random-m.com/images/1472613955_DoggyDoodlies.gif

THE INTERNET IS PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE FOR CHILDREN JACKASS

ROFL

BIG_DADDY
06-28-2006, 10:07 AM
Its the worst by far. You have 12 year olds putting pictures of themselves in thongs, 13 year olds making videos. :shake:

You look at some of the videos at that site and its porn galore. They need to make that site for 18 years or older. Xanga is also in the running.


You sure seem to know alot about it. How much time you spend lurking over there?

58-4ever
06-28-2006, 10:16 AM
First place they need to look is myspace.com. that place is loaded with little kids acting like they're not little.

When you have any place that has 50 million people, you are going to have some bad apples. In fact, you'll have freaks, weirdos, and pervs of every variety.

Jilly
06-28-2006, 10:42 AM
sort of the same topic: A friend of mine was at the grocery store with his daughter (she's 15). They were just walking around HyVee, oblivious to anything going on around them...a woman (who I know as well) saw them from afar, so she didn't say anything. But this guy who nobody knew was following my friend and his daughter around taking pictures of her without them knowing it. My friend and his daughter were leaving the store and the people at HyVee grabbed the man taking the pictures. they let him go because apparently it's legal for him to take pictures of her without her knowing it. So, who knows where these pics are of this girl...and what they are of. It's f-ing creepy.

hypersensitiveZO6
06-28-2006, 10:49 AM
You sure seem to know alot about it. How much time you spend lurking over there?


I have no idea about the 12 and 13 year olds, but its what I've inferred. My daughter has a Xanga and Myspace so I feel I need to check whats going on. I check every site she goes to on the internet. All I noticed, is the site is a major pornographic area. I don't let her put any pics of herself or personal info. Shes really into blogging and setting up her music. She stays away from unappropriate material so I think she's alright.

BIG_DADDY
06-28-2006, 11:03 AM
I have no idea about the 12 and 13 year olds, but its what I've inferred. My daughter has a Xanga and Myspace so I feel I need to check whats going on. I check every site she goes to on the internet. All I noticed, is the site is a major pornographic area. I don't let her put any pics of herself or personal info. Shes really into blogging and setting up her music. She stays away from unappropriate material so I think she's alright.

Cool. I was just messing with ya anyway. :)

hypersensitiveZO6
06-28-2006, 11:18 AM
Cool. I was just messing with ya anyway. :)

It's cool. You're one the main contributers to the Girlie Pic Thread, aren't you? Just wondering, have you ever encountered children's porn before in your browsing?

Lzen
06-28-2006, 11:19 AM
sort of the same topic: A friend of mine was at the grocery store with his daughter (she's 15). They were just walking around HyVee, oblivious to anything going on around them...a woman (who I know as well) saw them from afar, so she didn't say anything. But this guy who nobody knew was following my friend and his daughter around taking pictures of her without them knowing it. My friend and his daughter were leaving the store and the people at HyVee grabbed the man taking the pictures. they let him go because apparently it's legal for him to take pictures of her without her knowing it. So, who knows where these pics are of this girl...and what they are of. It's f-ing creepy.

I would've taken that fuggers film or memory card or whatever out of that camera and then proceed to shove it up his ass.

Lzen
06-28-2006, 11:21 AM
It's cool. You're one the main contributers to the Girlie Pic Thread, aren't you? Just wondering, have you ever encountered children's porn before in your browsing?



I don't know about that, but I'll bet this is part of BD's collection.

http://random-m.com/images/1472613955_DoggyDoodlies.gif



























:D

j/k Big Daddy. I couldn't resist the opportunity.

hypersensitiveZO6
06-28-2006, 11:22 AM
I would've taken that fuggers film or memory card or whatever out of that camera and then proceed to shove it up his ass.

...nah...who knows what else is up there.

Lzen
06-28-2006, 11:24 AM
...nah...who knows what else is up there.

Good point. How about just pound his head into the concrete curb outside?

hypersensitiveZO6
06-28-2006, 11:26 AM
Good point. How about just pound his head into the concrete curb outside?

..nah....who knows who's ass his head has been up.

Clint in Wichita
06-28-2006, 11:45 AM
The internet + young girls = Sick f_cks.

Why not just take your kid to a NAMBLA meeting and auction off their arse?