Anger as Google Music"s scan-and-match feature swaps explicit songs with clean versions

Anger as Google Music's scan-and-match feature swaps explicit songs with clean versions | UPDATED: 22:11 GMT, 28 December 2012 Users of a new Google Music feature have been left angry and disappointed after it replaced expletive-laden songs with the cleaner versions suitable for all ages. The scan-and-match technology which had been rolled out just in time for Christmas drew early criticism from users who said the tool was weeding out explicit lyrics.

Google under fire for "failing to stop easy access to porn" despite tweaking search results in the US to hide indecent images

Google under fire for 'failing to stop easy access to porn' despite tweaking search results in the US to hide X-rated images Search engine fails to makes it more difficult to find pornographic images Plans only in effect in America but due to be introduced internationallyCompany refuses to say, however, when restrictions will be introduced in UK Internet users accuse the company of 'censorship' | UPDATED: 23:06 GMT, 13 December 2012 Google has come under fire from child protection campaigners after its claims to have put effective safeguards on access to porn were called into question. The internet giant had changed its programming after earlier criticism so as to make X-rated pictures more difficult to find

Teenagers "turned into criminals by sex texts": Increasing numbers being arrested with many ending up on sex offenders" register

Young teenagers 'turned into criminals by sex texts': Increasing numbers being arrested with many ending up on sex offenders' register Police fear that children as young as 13 are sending 'sex texts'Three police forces run counselling groups for children sending messages Expert says there is an 'increase in indecent images sent by young people' | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 11 December 2012 Explicit: Children as young as 13 are viewing naked images on their mobile phones or downloading explicit content, with many being placed on the sex offenders' register (stock image) A generation of young teenagers is at risk of being criminalised as increasing numbers are arrested over online sexual offences, police warned last night. More are being investigated for swapping naked images of each other on their mobiles and downloading sexual pictures of teenagers, with many put on the sex offenders’ register.

Blonde teaching assistant had unprotected sex with underage male pupils after grooming them with naked picture messages

Blonde teaching assistant, 42, had unprotected sex with underage boys after grooming them with naked text messages and trips to KFCThe supply teacher and mentor groomed boys by taking them out for food She performed sex acts on them during free period and detentionMarried Emma Webb sent explicit text messages and took pupils to her home for sexThe mother of two even joked with one boy about having his baby She was sentenced to 32 months in jail after admitting to 30 charges | UPDATED: 19:46 GMT, 3 December 2012 Jailed: Emma Webb had sex with teenage pupils during their free periods at the school and her home A blonde teaching assistant had unprotected sex with five teenage boys in her care and sent them pictures of herself playing with sex toys. Married Emma Webb, 42, performed sex acts on the pupils – aged 15 to 17 – during free period and detention at the Berkshire school. She groomed them by taking them out for meals at Kentucky Fried Chicken and giving them lifts to school, Reading Crown Court heard.