Family Friendly Filters 2012

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What is an IIA Family Friendly Filter?

 

To qualify for IIA Family Friendly Filter status, a filter must undergo rigorous independent testing to ensure that it meets the criteria as set out in the IIA Codes. These criteria include effectiveness, ease of use, configurability, availability of support and an agreement by the company providing the filter to update the filter as required by the ACMA, for example, where the ACMA determines, following a complaint, that a specified site is prohibited under Australian law. Filters operate in different ways, and different filters will be better suited to different operating environments and age groups.

To be compliant with the IIA Codes, ISPs must offer a Family Friendly Filter.

PureSight Owl 2011.0.3129
Version Version 2.0
Certified 2011
Manufacturer PureSight Technologies
Australian Distributor   
Class of accreditation* Class 3
   
Optus Internet Security Suite
Version 2.0 
Certified 2012
Manufacturer FSecure
Australian Distributor   
Class of accreditation* Class 2 
   
ContentKeeper Web 
Version V.160.01
Certified 2011
Manufacturer  ContentKeeper
Australian Distributor   
Class of accreditation* Class 2 
   
ContentKeeper Express  
Version V.602.07
Certified 2011
Manufacturer ContentKeeper
Australian Distributor   
Class of accreditation* Class 2 
   
Australian Private Networks Open DNS
Version Activ8me Open DNS 2011
Certified 2012
Manufacturer Open DNS
Australian Distributor   
Class of accreditation* Class 1
   
Netbox Laptop Protector 
Version V 0.7.2 
Certified 2010
Manufacturer Netbox Blue
Australian Distributor   
 
Class of accreditation*  Unclassified
   
Open DNS 
Version  1.6 
Certified 2011
Manufacturer Open DNS
Australian Distributor  Easy Web Digital 
Class of accreditation* Unclassified
   
Symantec Online Family Friendly Norton Version 4.0
Version V 4.0 
Certified 2009
Manufacturer Symantec 
Australian Distributor  
Class of accreditation* Unclassified

 

*There are three classes of accreditation for publication on the IIA Web Site

What are the Classifications of accreditation?

Unclassified – ACMA Prohibited URL Filter (PUF) – recommended for 18+ years of age

Class 1 – recommended for children over 15 years of age

Class 2 – recommended for children between 10 and 15 years of age

Class 3 – recommended for children under 10 years of age

 

Family Friendly Filter

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