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June 10, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:07pm

MICROTROPE COVERS UP FLESH ON THE NET

By CBR Staff Writer

Baring all on the television or the internet could soon be an optional thing of the past following the development of a computer program that will automatically cover up too much naked flesh. The program has been developed by Banbury, UK-based company Microtrope Ltd and can be secretly installed to stop children or employees looking at images deemed unfit. The program can also trace pornography ‘watchers.’ The program was trialed at a college where a number of the students were found to be wasting their time.

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