A federally created commission studying online child protection will recommend to Congress that an independent research bureau be created to review filtering software. The commission may also push for a special kid-friendly internet zone, its chairman says.

The group has toyed with many recommendations for how to keep children safe while not running afoul of privacy and free speech concerns.

"There is no magic bullet," said Donald Telage, chairman of the Child Online Protection


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