Major UK providers begin blocking porn for new customers

Dec

16

2013

Major UK providers begin blocking porn for new customers

The British blockade porn, where new customers of Internet providers no porn view, standard begins to take shape. Two major providers have filters already introduced, while two other major ISPs in the months to follow.

PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT Porn Sky and Talktalk have already introduced the filters, so reports the BBC. When ordering a subscription to the new subscriber asked whether he or she wants to block porn. By default this option enabled, new subscribers must consciously choose to disable the option.

British Telecom and Virgin, two other major ISPs, introduce Internet filters in the next two months. Although the filters are designed to block porn subscribers can also choose to block that can be for children, such as pages about self-mutilation. Harm other content

Existing subscribers can optionally enable the filters to be approached in the next year by their ISP asking if they want to block porn. Last year said only 35 percent of Britons in a consultation a porn filter to find a good idea. Incidentally, the Netherlands does not block Internet porn, so let Minister of Security and Justice in August to know.

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