What are the content types for Content filtering in Family Rules?
By using Content filtering in Family Rules, you can block access to several content types. The various content types are explained in the following table.
|Websites that are aimed at an adult audience (over 18) and contain images, videos, or information on sexual content such as nudity and sexual behaviour.
|Websites that contain information on buying, growing, or selling illegal drugs or other controlled substances.
|Alcohol and tobacco
|Websites that display or promote any alcoholic beverages or smoking and tobacco products. For example, websites of bars and nightclubs.
|Websites that provide unauthorized content for downloading. For example, file sharing and software piracy websites.
|Websites that may encourage violence against people or persons based on, for example, race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation.
|Websites that provide a portal for finding a romantic or sexual partner.
|Websites where people can connect with each other, for example social media websites.
|Websites that are new or unknown to our web filters. The content of these websites cannot be confirmed.
|Websites that contain images, videos, games, or offer content that is shocking or scary. Also includes other content, for example cults and the occult, that younger children may find disturbing.
|Websites where people can bet online with real money or credit. For example online gambling and lottery websites.
|Websites where people can access unauthorized content.
|Websites that can contain violent images or videos.
|Websites that contain information on weapons or sell materials that can be used as weapons. For example, knives, bombs, and guns, including toy guns.
|Shopping and auctions
|Online auction and shopping websites where people can buy or bid on products and services.
|Websites that provide anonymous and untraceable communication via the Internet.