In the wake of the April Jones murder trial, a senior MP has called for a code of conduct for internet providers, to ensure they remove material which "breaches acceptable behaviour standards".
Yesterday, Mark Bridger was jailed for life for the five-year-old's murder. He had regularly accessed child abuse images online.
Keith Vaz, the chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, told The Times that the case has shown that online images of child sex abuse need to be removed.
He called for a code of conduct to ensure that internet service providers “remove material which breaches acceptable behaviour standards”.
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