Free public WiFi — But no porn. Is it Censorship?

This measure is supposed to stop child porn, and text or images that might be harmful to teens and adolescents. But I doubt this is the main reason that they are setting this measure. ISP’s would go bankrupt if the free public WiFi was not limited in some way.

What do you think?

clipped from blog.wired.com

FCC Free Wireless Spectrum Equals Censorship Technology Bonanza
But as with all free things, there’s a hitch. The winner of the spectrum, 25 percent of which must be available for free internet access, is required to filter out pornography and “any images or text that otherwise would be harmful to teens and adolescents.”
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Free public WiFi — But no porn. Is it Censorship?

This measure is supposed to stop child porn, and text or images that might be harmful to teens and adolescents. But I doubt this is the main reason that they are setting this measure. ISP’s would go bankrupt if the free public WiFi was not limited in some way. 

What do you think?

clipped from blog.wired.com

FCC Free Wireless Spectrum Equals Censorship Technology Bonanza

But as with all free things, there’s a hitch. The winner of the spectrum, 25 percent of which must be available for free internet access, is required to filter out pornography and “any images or text that otherwise would be harmful to teens and adolescents.”

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