Watch those AOL commercials, and you’d never guess that the Internet has a darker side. But there are areas of the Internet that are black as night, and it doesn’t get much worse than when it comes to child pornography. It’s probably safe to say that most people would agree that the Internet could do without it, and that pursuing and punishing those who use the Internet to spread it is a good thing.
But as this incredibly well-done series of articles on Wired shows, even an issue as black and white as this quickly gets cloudy on the Internet.
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