Does Bell Internet block access to some Web sites?
Yes. Bell Internet is committed to the protection of children online. As a member of Project Cleanfeed Canada, Bell Internet blocks access to a list of specific Internet addresses associated with images of child sexual abuse.
We are a member of the Canadian Coalition Against Internet Child Exploitation (CCAICE), a group which includes Cybertip.ca, Internet service providers (ISPs), federal and provincial governments, and law enforcement organizations. The Coalition oversees Project Cleanfeed, which is intended to protect customers from accidental access to images of child sexual abuse on foreign web sites (which are beyond Canadian jurisdiction), as well as to discourage people trying to access or distribute child pornography.
Project Cleanfeed looks specifically at foreign web hosts, as Canadian IP addresses can be dealt with through normal Canadian law enforcement.
For more information about Project Cleanfeed Canada and Cybertip.ca, please visit Cybertip's Web site .