One common argument against mandatory Internet censorship and the so-called 'clean feed' is that content control should be left in the hands of individuals rather than forced on everyone. If you're a parent who wants to restrict access for your kids, the Internet Industry Association list of approved filters is a handy place to start.
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The IIA funds testing of various filters to test their effectiveness as part of a scheme that allows participating ISPs to offer 'family friendly' services. As of this week, the IIA recommends the follow filters:
For other options to consider, check out our Hive Five of the best content filtering tools.