Internet Content Filters Fail to Block Sexually Explicit Material

Internet Content Filters Fail to Block Sexually Explicit Material
1.1% of the Web pages indexed by Google and MSN are sexually explicit, and content filtering software will miss up to 60% of those pages while blocking up to 23.6% of non-explicit pages, according to expert testimony in the federal government’s quest to sustain the Child Online Protection Act.
http://informationweek.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=194300677

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