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EU regulatory agencies forge ahead with new proposals to evolve legislative frameworks for governing the online space with a focus on safety.
In this blog, we explore the most common DNS filtering misconceptions, provide clarification, and identify what separates premium solutions from the pack.
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In mid-2013, British Prime Minister, David Cameron, began a push to block pornographic material on the Web in UK households. Under the new legislation, porn would be filtered by default and citizens would have to opt-in to view such adult content. Enforcement of such an ambitious initiative comes with many content categorization and technical challenges, not just in the UK, but within any internet service provider infrastructure.
Network administrators and businesses install web filtering on networks for a variety of reasons ranging from compliance and legal requirements to worker productivity issues. To gain some insight, zvelo surveyed network administrators, customers, readers, and security professionals to identify the most important drivers behind web filtering. Below are the results: