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How do I block adult content?
teradactyl
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How do I block porn on an LG3?

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Acrillix
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VZW offers FamilyBase which you can use to block adult content. You can also call and add a feature for the line to be a child line. You could also search up on Google how to block it on your network for home internet/router.

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mama23dogs
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Change it to an iPhone.   I realize the answer is very flippant. And I am an android person myself, but Apple has parental controls that Android and Windows do not.

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vzw_customer_support
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Hello mama23dogs! Great question. Let's find a solution for you. Please visit our Content Filters on your My Verizon online account to set this up to block certain contents: http://www.verizonwireless.com/support/content-filtering-faqs/#item8 If you have any further questions or concerns, let us know. Thanks!


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DRETAT54
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Mobicip is a device-level band-aid. We want a network-level "content filtering" solution.

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Acrillix
Sr. Member

VZW offers FamilyBase which you can use to block adult content. You can also call and add a feature for the line to be a child line. You could also search up on Google how to block it on your network for home internet/router.

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ERIC_SFO
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Yes this might be great if I didn't have to pay for it. I can easily block sites on my home WiFi and it doesn't cost a dime extra. Why doesn't Verizon offer the same? I mean my bill has more than doubled maybe tripled since being a customer and they can't offer site blocking for free. To get to the "sites" I'm trying to block they simple turn wifi off and use data. I should not have to pay to block sites and it should be something simple like googles safe search.