Four leading internet service providers are to offer parents the option of blocking adult content when they subscribe.
The move is expected to be announced today by Prime Minister David Cameron as part of a campaign to tackle the sexualisation of childhood.
All in the name of “We must think of the cheeeeldren”.
Well, you dome headed politician scum, why can’t you leave the control of the internet to the people who should decide? They’re called P-A-R-E-N-T-S.
Anyhoo. How can you decide what is an explicit site or not? Are you going to firewall the national Gallery website, because it contains pictures of naked women?
Of course there has to be a Quango involved . What’s happened to that bonfire Dave? Lost the matches?
A new website, called Parentport, is being launched where parents can complain about television programmes, advertisements, products or services which they believe are unsuitable for children.
Ed Richards, chief executive of watchdog Ofcom, told the paper: "Seven UK media regulators have come together to develop a single website with a single aim - to help protect children from inappropriate material."
Sorry. I should have written SUPER quango.
How soon, dear reader, before you find you can’t access this blog due to the occasional sweary words used here.
The cold, dead hand, of the state in action.
First they came for the smokers
Then the drinkers
Then the fatties
Now the internet.