The proposal of a think tanks close to the british government should have children a coarse surfing of school computers
Well meant is probably the proposal of the institute of public policy research (IPRI), one of the labor party, which understands itself as a left and progressive thinking think tank. The introduction of an internet transfer license, so that the children can access the internet from the school from a certain age unregulated to the internet.
Who says internet management certificate, says, of course, the introduction of a conveyation. Ipri calls these "surfing profirency test". Schuler from 11 years should be subjected to such a text, then no longer through such rigid filters "careful", how to surf the web on british schools.