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Some porn sites in China now accessible

b>BEIJING/b>: Word leaked out slowly, spread by Internet-savvy folks on Twitter: Internet porn that once was blocked by Chinese government censors is openly available these days.

Indonesia blocks access to four million porn sites

b>JAKARTA:/bThe Indonesian Government is blocking access to four million pornography sites on the Internet following continuing calls from the public to protect the nation's youth from the dangers of smut.

Online ‘sextortion’ of teens on the rise

b>INDIANAPOLIS/b>: The nightmare began with a party: Three teenage girls with a webcam, visiting an Internet chatroom and yielding to requests to flash their breasts.

Are texting and Facebook worse for teens than TV?

b>NEW YORK/b>: Let's face it: Teenagers spend hours texting, socialising on Facebook and playing videogames. And it's driving their parents nuts.

Turkey lifts YouTube ban after more than two years

b>ISTANBUL:/bTurkey is lifting its ban on YouTube more than two years after it blocked access to the site because of videos deemed insulting to the country's founder.

Getting between teens and their screens

Are texting and Facebook really worse for kids than TV?

Web browser flaw secretly bares all

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Dozens of websites have been secretly harvesting lists of places that their users previously visited online, everything from news articles to bank sites to pornography, a team of computer scientists found.

BlackBerry in Indonesia will filter out porn

b>JAKARTA:/bResearch in Motion Ltd (RIM), maker of the BlackBerry, is working to filter out pornographic content on its smartphones in Indonesia.

RIM to filter porn from Indonesia BlackBerrys

b>JAKARTA/b>: The maker of the BlackBerry will meet Indonesia's request to filter out pornographic content on the smartphones in the next four days, according to a government spokesman.

Domain .xxx approved for Internet porn sites

b>SAN FRANCISCO: /b>You've heard of '.com' and '.org.' Joining them soon will be their bawdy cousin: '.xxx.' The board of directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which oversees the Internet's naming system, has approved the creation of a red-light district online for pornographic websites.