Swedish hotel group moves to block access to web child pornography in rooms
Author: Kevin May, Published on: 31 March 2010
Radisson Blue Hotels and Resorts has taken the perhaps unusual step of publicly announcing the installation of a system to prevent hotel guests from accessing child pornography via the web. While some organisations would quietly install the software – in this case provided by NetClean Technologies – on its systems, Radisson Blue has run PR to support the project at its Scandinavia Hotel in Gothenburg. The hotel group says it will eventually roll out the NetClean Child Abuse Free Zone technology on the guest computer network around its chain of 235 hotels in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Radisson insists the move is not in response to any particular incident.