The providers argue that a blacklist would only contain a few sites as the majority of sites has already disappeared. They also refer to the number of sites the listed by the Internet Watch Foundation which would have decreased from about 2,000 sites to 400 sites.
They feel that a filter is no longer an adequate and effective instrument to address the distribution of child abuse images online.
A test project currently underway at hosting provider Leaseweb will be continued but that project aims to prevent people from uploading child abuse images to websites of Leaseweb’s customers.
Dutch language article: http://www.nu.nl/internet/2462458/providers-zien-af-van-blokkade-kinderporno.html