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Internet service providers
Proposals to block web access to adult content in the UK, and force users to register with their ISP to view such material, have been rejected by Government ministers, but not everyone is happy.
Months after plans emerged to force internet service providers to block 'inappropriate' content and force users to opt in to viewing that content if desired, ISPs continue to resist the proposals.