Four large Internet service provider customers to adult content at the time of protection in order to download. BT, Sky, Virgin Talk and protection for your smartphone and a laptop. It is not David Cameron is to meet representatives of the industry, while the concerns sexualization of children.
The Prime Minister also directed the Port-parents – to ensure that parents complained about inappropriate content. Not shoot him again, and the courage of a nearby school. New measures to protect children from pornography on the Internet parents and other sites that are clear, according to a report this year by the love of parents’ union. ”
Rory Cellan – Jones, BBC Technology, said the industry was a little worried about these plans because they do not want to be seen as censorship. He added that Internet service providers offer packages that will help filter some websites. But the “art ambiguous.” Is Pop Video.
Head of the Union, “the Reg Bailey said at the start was ruined by trade” and sexualization “of children between the advertisers and Web TV. Cameron Bailey said after the summit in Downing Street that the company does not have with the children to market products to meet.
Consideration of proposed changes, Mr. Bailey steam – video pop-ups for older teens and later on television and on the cover of the shelves with sexual imagery. In a letter to Mr. Bailey in June, the Prime Minister. “How do you know, we should not try to wrap children in cotton wool, or just throw their hands and accept the world as it is.
“But we try to” stop the drift in the market is irrational and increasing sexualization. ” Cameron said he was pleased to present for the convenience of parents, the “adult content and the age of consent” to prevent the media of all kinds.
He also said he supports the banning of the use of children in the commodity markets with other children. Ofcom, that the actions of the parents to the ports, telecommunications, making it easier to monitor for the parents to complain that the media, communications and retail trade showed.
He said the site has a “suggestion” that parents can give a formal framework, and comments are also tips for protecting children online today. CEO Ed Richards said: “The British media regulators have teamed up to seven sites to develop the unique for a single purpose – to protect children from inappropriate content. “Each of these controllers have a common goal and to take into account that there would be parents, their views and concerns to express” ..