New Fight to Protect Exploited Children Online

The initiative will provide law enforcement with technology training throughout the world.

The International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children launched a new campaign against online child pornography Thursday. The initiative, backed by a $1 million contribution from philanthropist Sheila C. Johnson and Microsoft, will provide law enforcement with technology training throughout the world.

The International Centre said it received more than 200,000 reports of "Internet-related child pornography" during 2003, although there is no breakdown of those numbers as to whether a crime was actually committed.

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