Balancing DNS Blocking And Filtering: How To Protect Your Users Without Becoming Big Brother

The internet can be a double-edged sword. Although it’s obviously opened up worlds of possibility, to put it mildly, it’s also made it easier for harmful material to proliferate and created a whole new industry of scams and cyberattacks. 

Since the invention of the internet, there's been interest in trying to block or filter things out—to essentially limit what internet users can access. Whether it’s an employer trying to block explicit content from being accessed from company networks or an entire country trying to protect its residents from potentially predatory gaming sites, there can be many legitimate reasons for doing so. It can also run into thorny issues around censorship and control.

Read more from Ken Carnesi, CEO of DNSFilter, at Forbes.

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