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Newcastle Libraries Internet filteringJanuary 2018

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Category IncludedSub-Categories Description
Adult Pornography Web pages that contain materials intended to be sexually arousing or erotic. This includes fetish pages, animation, cartoons, stories, and illegal pornography.
Adult Profanity Web page that contain crude, vulgar, or obscene language or gestures.
Adult Provocative Attire Web pages with pictures that include alluring or revealing attire, lingerie and swimsuits, or supermodel or celebrity photograph collections, but do not involve nudity. This category does not include sites with swimwear or similar attire that is not intended to be provocative. For example, Olympic swimming sites are not in this category.
Criminal activities Browser Exploits Web pages containing browser exploits. A browser exploit is a piece of code that exploits a software bug in a web browser so that the code makes the browser do something unexpected, including stop running, read or write local files, propagate a virus or install spyware. Malicious code may exploit HTML, JavaScript, Images, ActiveX, Java and other web technologies. Exploits, sometimes called drive-by-downloads, can install themselves on unprotected computers often without a consumer's knowledge, where the code can install keystroke loggers (to steal passwords) and Trojan programs (to turn a computer into a 'bot’ or ‘slave machine'). This category includes URLs that distribute or execute any browser exploit.