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Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald TD meeting Paul Durrant, CEO ISPAI, today . Picture Credit: Department of Justice

ISP Association Warns Kids Against Provocative Selfies [Audio]

As the Hotline.ie service operated by the ISP Association of Ireland marks 15 years in operation, the head of that organisation has warned that ‘provocative’ or ‘cheeky’ images which are being generated by children themselves are being used by paedophiles online. Paul Durrant, CEO of ISPAI and General Manager of Hotline.ie, is our guest on today’s podcast. Click on the player above to listen to […]

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Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald TD meeting Paul Durrant, CEO ISPAI, today . Picture Credit: Department of Justice

Hotline.ie Marks 15 Years fighting Child Sexual Abuse Material [Infographic]

The Hotline.ie service run by the Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland (ISPAI) is marking 15 years of full operations, fighting against the distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). ISPAI members fund Hotline.ie so the Irish public who accidentally encounter suspected CSAM when using the Internet can report it anonymously and bring it to Industry’s attention […]

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Illegal Content has Moved to The Dark Web – An Interview with Paul Durrant of ISPAI [Audio]

Today’s podcast (22:39; 13MB; MP3) features an interview with Paul Durrant, the Chief Executive of ISPAI, the Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland, who operate the Hotline.ie service. Last week, Hotline.ie published its annual report for 2013.  Since 1999 it has provided a service for internet users to report illegal content, particularly Child Sexual Abuse Material, on the […]

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A Bit Of Tech Nostalgia

If you’ve been around for long enough then this sound will bring back memories. If you still hear the sound every day then you have my sympathies! If you don’t recognise it then you are too young to have lived through the joys of 56k dialup modems 🙂

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Thanks, Al Gore [Podcast #30]

This week’s guest is Barry Shein, President of The World, the first company to offer Internet access to the general public, when it started in 1989.  Today some people consider Internet access to be a human right, but back then it was very different.  Barry still has the email he received from the US National […]

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