An internet filter would be counterproductive

3 July 2012

Dominique Lazanski, senior fellow at the Adam Smith Institute, writes in the Spectator Coffee House blog on why Claire Perry's proposal of a default porn filter for users poses a real threat to our internet freedoms.

She argues that there are a number of technical barriers to imposing a state-enforced porn block and that the market already provides a number of solutions to allow parents, and not government, to make decisions for their own families.

You can read the article on The Spectator here

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