Internet Filter

Def­i­nite­ly giv­ing some thought to, when I have a fam­i­ly, invest­ing in AFO web fil­ter­ing.

I gen­er­al­ly have a per­son­al pol­i­cy against using fil­ters as for my own tastes they can be overzeal­ous at times. A lan­guage-match­ing fil­ter, for instance, may block a legit­i­mate Chris­t­ian dis­cus­sion on sex­u­al­i­ty of a nature no more graph­ic than the Song of Solomon.

How­ev­er, I’ll be con­tent with the over­ride pass­word, assum­ing it has one, and I will be much more at ease know­ing that my future chil­dren will be pro­tect­ed from all man­ner of Inter­net dangers.

If any­one has any expe­ri­ences with this par­tic­u­lar fil­ter or if you can rec­om­mend any oth­ers, please share!

Note: I’ve since fall­en in love with OpenDNS!

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Rick Beckman