Institute for Canadian Values Calls on ISP's to Block Child Porn



    TORONTO, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - The Institute for Canadian Values calls on the
Parliament of Canada, Prime Minister Stephen Harper to require Internet
Service Providers to block child pornography from being distributed by their
services. Dr. Charles McVety, ICV President, says "Today's police report
describes child porn as a "social epidemic" with tens of thousands of
Canadians viewing hundrends of thousands of child porn pictures. The U.S. data
shows that 30% will become child abusers. Distribution of child pornography is
producing tens of thousands of perverts that walk the streets of our towns and
cities just waiting to prey upon our children."
    McVety goes on the state "It is unconscionable for ISP's like Bell
Canada, Rogers, Telus, Shaw and others to continue to distribute this criminal
material across Canada. The ICV has been appealing to the ISP's and the Prime
Minister for months to stop placing our children in danger. It is shameful
that Canada refuses to join other civilized nations blocking child porn making
Canada number 4 in the World for child porn distribution."
    The Institute for Canadian Values asks the public to go to
www.blockchildporn.ca and join the campaign to protect our children.





For further information:

For further information: Dr. McVety at (416) 391-5000 or on cell at
(416) 456-0096, charles@canadianvalues.ca

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