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MetroNet Launches Website Filter
By: MarkJ - 03 March, 2005 (1:40 PM)

UK ISP MetroNet has today launched a "versatile web content filtering system giving its Broadband customers the ability to blacklist and whitelist websites, block adverts and more":

In addition to the ready-included URL blacklists users can also create their own tailored set making it even more of an invaluable facility - ultimately offering families with young children quick and easy protection from several million unsavoury websites and businesses the ability to restrict office web access to only select sites.

Unlike other filtering products MetroNetís smart and flexible solution requires no proprietary software or browser to be installed, is easily manageable via an online control panel, and best of all its free.

"Whilst speed and price are obviously important, as our own unique Broadband packages have proved, many ISPs are getting increasingly caught up in headline grabbing announcements without adding substance to their service - which is clearly becoming the key differentiating factor between one ISP and another. So, along with our free server side firewall solution this new content filtering service further delivers on our objective of providing an enhanced, secure and unique Broadband experience to our customers." Paresh Morjaria, General Manager.

Further details about this exclusive feature can be found at http://support.metronet.co.uk/adsl/cerberus/

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