Claire Perry: not disappointed now

From| Fri Dec 21 2012, 10:36:27

The Daily Mail campaign to protect children from online pornography did not achieve its hoped-for result, when the government announced at the start of this week that there will be no automatic block requiring users to 'opt in' if they want to view porn, though internet providers will asked to 'actively' encourage parents to switch filters on instead where children are using computers.

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