The Clean Internet Web Filtering Service enables you to control what employees are browsing and the types of files being downloaded, protecting your liability.
Our state-of-the-art central web filtering service allows you to:
Inappropriate Web use in the workplace may lead to lower productivity, unacceptable use of company resources, pressure on network resource availability, and legal liability. The challenge for organizations is in balancing employee’s personal surfing needs while increasing overall levels of productivity, as well as maintaining acceptable bandwidth levels throughout the network. The Clean Internet Web Filtering Service not only satisfies these needs but provides a level of security that cannot be compromised.
Advocating or promoting recreational use of any controlled substance. (Also see Illegal)
Advocating or promoting recreational use of alcohol. (See also "Adults Only.")
Advocating or promoting recreational use of tobacco. (See also "Adults Only.")
Sites where home page space is offered for free. These sites historically have done nothing to prevent abuse of their services by users who post offensive content under multiple names, making them difficult to track. We will review individual pages on request, and unblock good sites as necessary. Many good sites are already unblocked.
Material labeled by its author or publisher as being strictly for adults. (Examples:"Adults only", "You must be 18 to visit this site", "Registration is allowed only for people 18 or older", "You must be of legal drinking age to visit this site").
Advocating, promoting, or giving advice on carrying out acts widely considered illegal. This includes lock-picking, bomb-making, fraud, breaching computer security ("hacking"), phone service theft ("phreaking"), pirated software archives, or evading law enforcement.
Graphic images or written descriptions of wanton violence or grave injury (mutilation, maiming, dismemberment, etc.) Includes graphically violent games.
Chat sites, services that allow short messages to be sent to others immediately in real time. Downloadable chat software. (See also Moderated)
Bodily functions. Tasteless humor. Graphic medical photos. Some extreme forms of body modification (cutting, branding, piercing).
Crude, vulgar, or obscene language or gestures.
Gambling services, or information relevant primarily to gambling.
Information on committing murder or suicide.
Images or descriptions of sexual activity. Any sexual merchandise. Sexual fetishism. (See also Pornography and Nudity)
Material intended to be sexually arousing or erotic. (See also Sex and Nudity)
Personal advertisements, including "mail-order brides." (See also "Adults Only.")
Models in swimwear, especially fashion swimwear photos.
Models in lingerie (except those that qualify for Nudity).
Nakedness. enough said. (See also Swimsuits, Lingerie, Sex, Pornography)
Moderated: A "Message/Bulletin Board" or "Chat" site that prevents offensive material from being posted.