Once you start censoring a part of the Internet, or any medium for that
matter, of a particular piece of information you are responsible to make
sure absolutely none of the information gets through.
If you fail to do so you may be up for some pretty big law suit's.
However if you give sufficient warning of the information available, and
inform users that it is their responsibility to make sure their children
don't access such information. ( At least for the time being :-) )
My company has chosen proper education over any censoring....
NetWorx Pty Ltd
> From: potlicker @
> To: firewalls @
> Subject: Internet policy
> Date: Tuesday, September 17, 1996 5:41 AM
> Wankers PLC did a study of what their users are accessing during business
> hours. They found that 20 percent of all Internet access from their
> is viewing pornographic materials. Now they are chewing their finger
> and trying to decide who to blame. The obvious approach would be to
> access to the porno sites on their firewalls. How do other companies
> this issue?