'Block Porn'

Coloured blocks spell out the words 'Block Porn' outside the headquarters of BT in central London, on May 16, 2011. The action is part of a campaign to encourage internet service providers to restrict access to pornographic content by implementing an opt-in system, meaning that pornographic content would be blocked by default on a domestic internet connection unless the bill-payer has chosen to allow it.

( LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images / May 17, 2011 )

Coloured blocks spell out the words 'Block Porn' outside the headquarters of BT in central London, on May 16, 2011. The action is part of a campaign to encourage internet service providers to restrict access to pornographic content by implementing an opt-in system, meaning that pornographic content would be blocked by default on a domestic internet connection unless the bill-payer has chosen to allow it.

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