jecasc - 8:31 pm on Jul 22, 2013 (gmt 0)
There was a similar plan some time ago in Germany. Lawmakers that did not want to fight and delete child #*$!ography, but simply block it from being viewed by means which could be easily be bypassed. DNS blocking.
Legislation that only pretends to solve a problem.
Then there was a public outcry and a campaign "don't block - delete".
Politicians argued that they could not do that because most websites were outside the jurisdictions.
This arguments where then ridiculed by tests from multiple private organizations that proved that a simple email to the hosting provider even in countries like Russia was enough to get the images removed often in a working day and most of the time less than a week. So the legislation was finally dropped in favor of more cooperation with providers and foreign law enforcment.