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Parents can buy internet filtering software such as Net Nanny and install it on all the family computers.

That does leave open the possibility that some children would be exposed to "extreme sex acts", and this would probably disproportionately affect the poor.

The government providing free voluntary filtering software would probably irk people less than the government policing morals.




> The government providing free voluntary filtering software would probably irk people less than the government policing morals.

This already exists, really. With the major providers, you get asked if you want filters turned on or off.




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