Technology giants and the Government have agreed a new approach to tackling online child abuse images with a beefed-up role for the internet watchdog.
Mrs Miller said ISPs and computing and technology firms had agreed a "fundamental change" to the way the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) works, with the industry-funded body set to adopt a role actively seeking out and blocking child abuse images.
The main UK internet service providers (ISPs) have agreed to provide extra funding for the IWF, understood to amount to £1 million, to help it take on the extra duties.
Under current arrangements the IWF only acts on content that has been reported to it rather than proactively seeking out illegal images.
Technology giants and the Government have agreed a new approach to tackling online child abuse images.
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