Sky: deflecting porn with their shield
The Sky Broadband Shield internet filter will help protect the nippers from any adult content, and will be rolled out to all their users on an opt-out type scene.
The company have already been emailing their customers about the modesty blanket, saying that they're getting it whether they like it or not, regardless of whether children are on hand to be alarmed by the likes of gunfire, screaming and baps.
The Sky Broadband Shield internet filter blocks sites deemed inappropriate for kids under the age of 13 during daytime hours, when they should be at school anyway, rather than seeking out wangs on xtube.
Lyssa McGowan, brand director of communications products at Sky, said about the Sky Broadband Shield internet filter: "We’re all aware that cyberspace can present security risks, and that the internet isn't universally suitable for children. At Sky, when it comes to online safety for all, we take our responsibility very seriously and we want what is best for our customers."
"What we’re doing now is simply making sure that the automatic position of Sky Broadband Shield is the safest one for all – that’s ‘on’, unless customers choose otherwise."
So, keep an ear out for people ringing Sky's customers services and saying "Why yes... I'd like to watch dirty films with my internet connection..."