For many people, their worst nightmare in the world is having their 8-year-old son or daughter Google the lyrics to one of their favorite songs and then having a pornographic image pop up on the computer's screen. Like a buffalo in a China closet, that image may shock, surprise, and even scare a son or daughter. In a fiendish frenzy of destruction, that image has changed that 8-year-old's life forever.
It doesn't matter if you are a very liberal person or so conservative that your face could be put on the side of a Quaker Oats Box, there are still certain things you don't want to allow on your computer. Be it pornography or spam sent from an unwanted sender that clogs up your inbox and slows down your computer's performance...there is always going to be SOMETHING you don't want on your computer.
Content filtering can be a robust and powerful tool when trying to protect your home and your computer (and any users of that computer) from unwanted items.
Last but not least, remember, you can't spell "contentment" without "content." Bloggers speaking about content filtering can be found at sites like bloxxwebfilterblog and cmsconnect.
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By Patrick Lambert May 3, 2013 Takeaway: A McAfee patent hints at content filtering at the user level in order to block sites that offer pirated content. Patents can be signs of things to come. Of course, all large companies file patents on a regular basis, and they don’t always indicate upcoming ...2 weeks ago
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