Browse Blog Posts Tagged With “Domain Blocking”

Become an OpenDNS moderator and join a passionate community

As the OpenDNS community manager, I will never run out of good things to say about OpenDNS domain tagging moderators. These volunteers are responsible for making OpenDNS’s Web filtering the safest and most useful it can be for…

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Call For Applications: OpenDNS Looking for Domain Taggers

That’s right, folks.  It’s that time again!  We’re looking for some new volunteers to join the crew and help out with the domain tagging community!

OpenDNS moderators are Internet security superheroes that make sure our Web…

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Introducing new Web filtering categories from OpenDNS

Today we announce several improvements to the Domain Tagging system, our content categorization engine, as well as two new categories that you can enable for your networks, effective immediately.

As with every new feature we…

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Announcing: Firefox Toolbar for OpenDNS Domain Tagging is Here!

One of the best things about the OpenDNS Domain Tagging system is that it’s a community effort, and anyone who uses OpenDNS has the opportunity to get involved and make the Internet safer. Each day, the Domain Tagging Community is…

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OpenDNS's Free Parental Controls Protects Your iPads, Kindles, and mobile devices too!

Gadgets proved especially popular in my family this past holiday season, as I’m sure it did for many others. My brother got an Xbox 360, while my mom loved her new Kindle Fire. Meanwhile, friends of mine around the office…

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Become an OpenDNS Moderator, and Improve the Internet for Everyone

OpenDNS moderators are Internet security superheroes that make sure our Web filtering is the safest and most useful it can be for millions of people around the world, and they are invaluable to Internet safety and the safety of…

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The role of government in content filtering

Confusion reigns over a new partnership between the UK government and the region’s largest ISPs. What we know is that Sky, British Telecom, TalkTalk and Virgin have teamed with Prime Minister David Cameron to make it easier for…

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Some Thoughts on the Approval of .XXX

Late last week, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) gave final approval to a new top-level domain, or TLD. It’s one that people have been debating, proposal, advocating for, and advocating against for…

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2010: The Numbers We Saw

When we look back at 2010, one of the things we’ll remember is how ubiquitous social became online. Facebook exploded, Twitter grew up, people “checked in”, and almost every website seemed to develop some sort of social…

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The Dangers of COICA

It’s hard for me to be sympathetic to the entertainment industry and its frustration with online piracy. For the last decade industry executives have consistently focused on using the legal system to protect their aging business…

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