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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First, governments can analyze other countries' censorship to assess which nations engage in illegitimate filtering and then limit transactions in censorware with such countries.
With laws mandating the use of various forms of censorware to meet government regulations like CIPA, and liability issues at school, the library, or work, it is no surprise that the marketplace of ideas has increasingly channeled its financial resources into for-profit filtering products.
According to the Censorware Project, the blocking of this last site was later manually overridden.
Censorware blocks all sorts of content on the Web, including content critical of censorware.
He says he's sure that the sites listed in the Censorware report are blocked now.
Since the lists of websites censorware blocks are proprietary and secret, only trial and error--or a hacker's handiwork--can reveal what sites have been actively, or carelessly, placed off limits.
TYRE, JONATHAN WALLACE, DAVID SMITH & GABRIEL WACHOB, THE CENSORWARE PROJECT, CENSORED INTERNET ACCESS IN UTAH PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES 10 (1999) <http://www.
In another study, the Censorware Project (http://www.
Server-side censorware from NetPartners Inc should ensure that pornographic and other questionable content is filtered.