[clug] OT: Protesting the proposed clean feed?
grail at goldweb.com.au
Fri Oct 24 02:44:30 GMT 2008
On 24/10/2008, at 13:17 , steve jenkin wrote:
> There is no technology fix (provably so?) for this problem ("kiddie
> safe Internet"), so make the problem a commercial decision for the
Actually, this thought just crossed my mind:
We already have a content classification system for "G", "P", "M", "M
15+", "R", "X".
So why not just rate the entire Internet as "R"? Then it would be
illegal to give children access to it at all! Problem solved without
having to install lots of government censorship :)
Companies like Web Shield or AOL could provide a "cleaned up"
Internet which could then be rated "P" (for parental guidance).
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