London, United Kingdom, October 31, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The recent announcement by UK Prime Minister David Cameron that access to all adult websites will be blocked by Internet Service Providers (ISP's), by default to all UK broadband customers, has left many responsible families with a headache.
UK broadband customers will be given the option to opt-out of the filters and blocks, but responsible adults who wish to keep them in place to protect their kids won't be given the option to temporarily remove the blocks when their kids are in bed.
It isn't illegal to view adult content in the UK, but the Government have decided to block internet access to it, to prevent children from seeing it.
However, a UK company has come up with a solution to the problem that many thousands of responsible families will be facing later this year.
USB Browser is a simple USB powered web browser that bypasses the filters and blocks without the need to have them removed by their ISP.
Brian Richards of USB Browser said: "Under the current ISP blocking system, you are either in or out. There is no temporary lifting of the block. Understandably, families want to protect their children by keeping the blocks in place. Responsible families can still legally access the blocked websites via the USB Browser. It is a win-win situation for everyone."
The internet filters are expected to be rolled out in the UK at the end of the year, and be complete by the middle of 2014.
More information about the USB Browser can be found on the website usbbrowser.net