2008/12/8 Michael Bimmler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 8:38 PM, Oldak Quill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>> "Robertson [IWF spokeswoman] said that image _ a picture from one of
>> the band's album covers _ was first flagged by an Internet user last
>> week. The Internet Watch Foundation consulted with British law
>> enforcement before concluding that the picture could break the law,
>> she said."
>
>
> Incidentally, if someone could make a few guesses as to whom they
> would probably have consulted, I'd see FOI requests coming up here, to
> those "law enforcement agencies" which provided the relevant guidance
> on this. Only, of course, if this is not covered by
> yet-another-exception, though I'd fail to see right now which one.
>
> Michael


Commercially sensitive  is the most likely dodge. At a guess crown
prosecution service or the met police. About the only other
possibility would be the National Criminal Intelligence Agency.

They claim links with the ministry of justice but I doubt they are involved.



-- 
geni

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