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Medical sites blocked for pornographyMedical sites blocked for pornography Programmes that limit children's access to sites with "adult" themes, often cut off and dedicated to health resources. Study some of the most popular programs that are mandatory for installation in schools and libraries, showed that the maximum level of security, blocked access to approximately one quarter of all medical sites. In the study, researchers wrote a program that generates a database of sites that they found six of the most popular search engines on the 24 queries related to health and sexuality, and six requests for pornographic themes. In addition, in the list were added 586 recommended for teenagers sites about health. In the trials used seven programs designed to restrict access to the Internet: N2H2, CyberPatrol, Symantec Web Security, SmartFilter, 8e6, and Websense. In total, the tests were used over 3000 sites about health and 500 porn sites. The results were recorded at low, medium and high level filtering of unwanted content. It turned out that when using low-level blocked 1.4 percent of sites about health and 87 percent of porn sites. When the average degree of security that filters information about drugs and weapons, blocked access to five percent of the medical sites and 90 percent of porn sites. For a high level of filtering these indicators were equal to 24 and 91 percent, respectively. Thus, the high level of security has led to what has been unavailable for almost a quarter of sites about health, while restricting access to porn sites has improved slightly. Scholars have noted that even in the most "liberal" filter rules, blocked up to 10 percent of sites discussing the issue of homosexuality or safe sex. Particularly relevant is a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan by order of the family Foundation, "Kaiser", becomes in the light of recent decisions of the Supreme court of the United States. The judges decided to consider the arguments against Federal law, which requires all libraries to use software, which filters unwanted children content. The study results were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Source: Рњednovosti.ru.



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