German police swoop in child porn surf sting
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Police are investigating hundreds of people across Germany, after conducting a "major sting" against child porn on the Internet, AP reports.
The suspects are under scrutiny for browsing a Web site showing illegal pictures of children. In the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt, police raided 13 homes, removing computers, floppy disks and magazines in search of child pornography.
And in North-Rhine Westphalia, police said they were investigating 258 people, according to AP. ®
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