Corpus ID: 614264

Internet Filter Effectiveness—Testing Over- and Underinclusive Blocking Decisions of Four Popular Web Filters

@inproceedings{Hunter2000InternetFE,
  title={Internet Filter Effectiveness—Testing Over- and Underinclusive Blocking Decisions of Four Popular Web Filters},
  author={C. Hunter},
  year={2000}
}
  • C. Hunter
  • Published 2000
  • In the wake of the Littleton, Colorado, shooting tragedy, public attention has again been focused on the problem of potentially harmful Internet content. Many parents and legislators have proposed that commercially available filtering software is the best way to keep children away from the “red light districts of cyberspace” while also protecting the First Amendment. Civil libertarians and others, however, have noted that Internet content filters do not work as advertised, failing to block much… CONTINUE READING
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