Steve Abraham

ISP invites religious groups to set parental controls »

There are so many things I was going to write about this story, but in the end I'm simply going to settle for "This worries me.".

ISP Claranet is inviting religious groups, schools and child safety experts to set parental controls for its customers.

Claranet is following in the footsteps of TalkTalk with the launch of its network-level content filtering system, Childsafe. However, it's going a step further than its larger rival by allowing parents to choose content filters selected by so-called "Guardians".