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Tuesday, 16 May 2006 - Strasbourg OJ edition

Commission Question Time

  Gay Mitchell (PPE-DE). – Commissioner, you cannot control what is on the web, but you can control access in the following way.

With the advent of broadband, the Internet is on all the time. A lot of new computers have just one password to turn on the computer and do not have a separate password to control access to the Internet. Therefore children can wander in, broadband is on and they can access the Internet straight away. If there was simple control on access and more passwords on computers themselves, then parents, schools and others would have greater control. I ask you to look at that issue, particularly as broadband means the Internet is on all the time.

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