|September 10, 2012
||Wikipedia ignores solution to rampant porn problem
"...Representatives for NetSpark, an Israeli-based Internet-solution company, say they have developed a filtering technology that not only detects and blocks questionable imagery, but is also able to learn over time, making it ideal for determining the appropriateness of an image..."
|August 14, 2012
||Porn: Another Executive Branch Security Problem
"...It is hard to believe that the federal government can’t find software vendors who can block access to these sites. Here are some smart Israelis they can talk to for some ideas...."
|May 24, 2012
||Op-Ed: Keeping Porn off Social Media - Whose Responsibility is it?
"...in a given week, some 52.4 percent of the total volume of blatantly pornographic images newly identified for blocking by filtering company NetSpark’s Dynamic Graphic Inspection mechanism are found hosted on Facebook’s servers ..."
|May 20, 2012
||Keeping Child Porn Off Facebook
"...If a solution exists that is capable of high-volume scanning of image uploads to accurately confirm that the images do not violate the most severe of content prohibitions, why is this technology not being implemented?"