Child Safe Viewing Act Passed by Senate

Oct 3, 2008  •  Post A Comment

A bill requiring the Federal Communications Commission to investigate content-blocking technologies to help parents screen out inappropriate content was passed by unanimous consent by the Senate, Broadcasting & Cable says. The Child Safe Viewing Act would direct the FCC to collect data using the most advanced methods of filtering objectionable content across all platforms including TVs, DVD players, VCRs, cable boxes and wireless handsets. The bill next goes to the House of Representatives.
—Christopher Perez

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