The Charts section of the UK's Department for Transport (DfT) website was found serving NSFW pornographic content yesterday. The problem has since been fixed by deleting the address.
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After having implemented an adult content filter several years ago, the UK Government is now planning to block adult websites which fail to adhere to its age verification requirements.
If you are among those who think that Brexit is a bad idea, you might want to see what the UK government has in mind when it comes to the adult content that Britons are consuming online.
A OnePlus customers claims his new OnePlus 3 flagship phone was filled with miscellaneous files and NSFW images and video pre-loaded on the device. The worst part? It wasn't even HD content.
A letter has been approved by head teachers in the UK threatening parents that they will be reported to the authorities if they let their children play adult games such as GTA and Call of Duty.
The porn industry has launched a campaign to encourage users to pay for adult content, rather than downloading it free - but some think cheaper 'Netflix-style' pricing for porn is the way forward.
Default filters for adult content introduced by UK ISPs are blocking innocuous sites while failing to block hardcore porn - but the 'Go Away Cameron' Chrome extension offers a complete workaround.
BT Broadband has revealed details of its new network-level Parental Controls, which will block access to adult content for all users by default, forcing them to opt out of the restrictions if desired.
As the UK prepares for porn to be blocked by default on all ISPs, user data shows that 8.5% of all UK web activity is based around adult content - more than the US, but not as much as Germany.
As the debate rages on over the protection of children online, Google suggests that parents must take more responsibility, and not rely solely on the "blunt tool" of legislation.