Tackling child abuse images online 'is common sense'

Claire Perry, who is David Cameron's special adviser on 'preventing the commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood', has told Daybreak that tackling child abuse images on the internet "is not a question of censorship, but rather common sense."

Culture Secretary Maria Miller will today put pressure on top internet giants and technology organisations to produce plans to combat the spread of child abuse images by the autumn.

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Poll urges online image control

An ITV News/ComRes Poll has revealed that 73% of people want all pornographic content online to be automatically filtered out by their internet provider, with customers having to opt in if they want to view it.