Internet Pornography Complaints Handled by Site
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NEW YORK, OCT. 10, 2002 (Zenit.org).- Web users who want to curb Internet pornography now have a site that can help.
The site, www.obscenitycrimes.org, accepts complaints from Internet users who receive "porn spam" -- unsolicited e-mail that promotes a pornographic Web site -- or who accidentally stumble across obscene sites.
The complaints will be forwarded to federal attorneys and the U.S. Justice Department in Washington, D.C.
This site is the brainchild of Morality in Media, which raised the money for the site and met with the Justice Department and other agencies to assure that the reports would be properly received. A former FBI agent with experience in investigating obscenity oversees the reports.