In a recent national survey of 1,900 parents, 92 percent said that school computers and networks should have filtering software to block children's access to pornography. Seventy-nine percent of respondents said that access to hate speech should be blocked as well.

In both cases, respondents' support for filters was well above their support for outright bans of the same activity (74 percent favored banning online pornography, and 75 percent supported banning hate speech).


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