porn filters

Feminists in the UK have dropped the ball over extreme porn legislation, a London conference has heard, with activists urged
Discussions about online filters focus on the privacy and civil liberties of adults. In the child protection sector, however, we are not losing sight of the fact that while these optional household filters are far from a silver bullet for keeping children safe online, they certainly help.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has just branched out into the phone business, becoming co-chair of the People's Operator, a
Government-led attempts to impose porn-blockers on new broadband connections has also blocked sex education websites, advice
Yes, as the UK government's paper so aptly calls it 'Basically...Porn is Everywhere'. Pornography is about sex and nudity which, whether you like it or not, is a fundamental part of our being. It is also regulated and legal in the UK (that's another issue). So when it comes to protecting our children's welfare we need to address the issue of pornography in an adult way.
In an effort to curtail "poisonous websites" that "corrode childhood", David Cameron wants web firms to build in filters which porn users will have to actively opt out of. It seems like a vote winner, but will it work? Here's 10 things you need to know before you filter porn...
Banks could ban payments to foreign porn sites in a move to protect children from viewing adult images on sites without adequate
Pornographic sites including Playboy, "Perfect Asians" and "Big Boobs Tight Blouse" were attempted to be accessed by staff
Whatever the outcome of the debate, technology can't replace parenting. And the greatest benefit of the debate is, to my mind, that it is raising awareness among parents and guardians about the risks and the protection already available to frame children's online experience in a safe way.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said that porn blockers should be turned on by default on computers used in houses with