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Friday 4th May 2012 | 12:08
Claire Perry, MP for the Devizes Constituency, who chaired the Parliamentary Inquiry into Online Child Protection welcomed the news that the Prime Minster will launch a consultation into child protection on the internet which will include a formal review of “Opt-In” access to adult content.
Commenting, Claire said:
“I am delighted that the Prime Minister is once again showing his commitment to protecting our children online. Our Report made a number of key recommendations, including asking the Government to lead a formal consultation into Opt-In filtering of adult content and the whole team is really pleased that our work has paid off. We know that families across Britain will welcome this news."