Credit cards stop pornographers (01 Jun 2004)
Margaret Prosser from the National Women's Commission, Sandra Quinn from APACS (Association for Payment Clearing Services) and John Carr from NCH Action for Children join Jenni to discuss whether enough is being done by the UK banks to stop their cards being used to pay for images of child abuse on the internet and how British women's consumer power could influence their approach.
Article URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/2004_22_tue_02.shtml
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