up its executives. Amnesty
International says Google, Microsoft and Yahoo are too easy with info in
China. British banks will cancel
credit cards used to access child porn on the internet.
Under an amendment to the Data Protection Act of 1998, approved this week
after being passed in the House of Lords on Tuesday evening, British police
will be able to give card issuers information on people suspected or convicted
of Internet child pornography offenses. Banks would then be able to cancel credit
cards and accounts used to access the illegal content as a result of a breach
of their usage terms and conditions.