censorware

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censorware

Software that either automatically, or by user request, blocks websites deemed inappropriate from being retrieved. See Internet filtering, parental control software and wares.
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Content-control software is sometimes used in US by businesses, libraries, schools, and government offices to limit access to specific types of content.
Similarly, Freedom House reported recently that Iran's "automated filtering" of the Internet is "enabled by SmartFilter, a commercial content-control software system developed by a U.