Bristol company criticised for hosting image site popular with paedophiles

Bristol-based Zare was found to be hosting files for Imgspice, a website notorious for its use by pedophiles (Picture: Getty) A web-hosting company based in Bristol has been found to be providing services to an image-sharing website popular with paedophiles, according to anti-online abuse charity the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).

Zare, which provides services helping websites to stay online, counted photo-sharing site Imgspice as one if its customers last month.

Imgspice is reportedly ‘notorious’ for hosting child sex-abuse material – more than 2,500 incidents of confirmed child sex-abuse content was found on the site last year, according to IWF.

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