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Nevertheless, the ISP Andrews and Arnold does not censor any of its Internet connection all its broadband packages guarantee a 12-month notice should it start to censor any of its traffic. They were all mandating filters be enabled as default for new customers, but overall take-up figures were low, with BT (5%), Sky (8%) and Virgin (4%).

The figure was higher for Talk Talk (36%) as there had already been significant take-up of its system during the preceding three years.

Legitimate sites are regularly blocked by the filters of some UK ISPs and mobile operators.

In December 2013 the UK Council for Child Internet Safety met with ISPs, charities, representatives from government, the BBFC and mobile phone operators to seek ways to reduce the blocking of educational advice for young people.

The range of content blocked by ISPs can be varied over time.

The idea for default filtering originated from manifesto commitments concerning "the commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood" given by the parties forming the Cameron–Clegg coalition government in 2010.

Talk Talk already had content-control software available to comply with government requirements.

Their Home Safe internet filtering system was introduced in May 2011 as an opt-in product and was used for default filtering of new customers from March 2012.

In September 2013 an Ofcom survey revealed that 2% of Internet users are responsible for 74% of all copyright-infringing downloads in the UK, and that 29% of all downloads are of content which violates copyright.

Internet customers in the UK are prohibited from accessing a range of web sites by default, because they have their Internet access filtered by their ISPs.

The Association applied for an injunction to block access to Newz Bin2, a site which provided a search service for Use Net content, indexing downloads of copyrighted content including movies and other material shared without permission.

The application was lodged against BT, the largest Internet service provider in the United Kingdom with around six million customers.

The current legal status of ISP web blocking is voluntary, but there have been a number of attempts to introduce legislation to move it onto a mandatory footing.

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