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Georgia to join the international alliance against child pornography2012-12-10 13:02
48 countries have agreed to combine their forces in the fight against the promotion of child pornography, the CyberSecurity.ru reported. In particular, the country's initiative is related to the distribution of pornographic videos and pictures on the Internet.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstrom has held talks with the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about the creation of the Global Alliance Against Child Sexual Abuse on the Internet. Currently about one million images of child pornography is available on the Internet, and this number increases by 50,000 every year.
According to the Echo of the Caucasus, the founders of the Alliance are hoping that they will not only manage to protect the children, but also provide them with additional information about dangers awaiting them on the Internet. They are trying to teach children how to protect themselves during online activities.
Among the countries that have supported the initiative of the United States and the European Union there are Georgia, Albania, Japan, Australia, Croatia, Thailand, Serbia and Ukraine.