Cameron 'committed' to web crackdown

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David Cameron has said he would be happy to meet the parents of April Jones to discuss the issue of how to combat indecent images of children online.

The five-year-old was murdered by a man who had viewed child pornography.

Mr Cameron said he was "personally committed" to ensuring the Internet Watch Foundation's work on seeking out and shutting down sites hosting abusive images.

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