The PM was previously rumoured to be planning a crackdown on porn in homes where children are present, now he's come out and said it. ISPs will have to block porn by default for households who have kids.

Despite backing down on a broad "opt-in" system last week, this new move will happen. Cameron said about his new porn fury: "To me, the fact that so many children have visited the darkest corners of the internet is not just a matter of concern -- it is utterly appalling. A silent attack on innocence is under way in our country today and I am determined that we fight it with all we've got."

The plan will see users who sign up to new ISP contracts and buy new computers asked if there are children in the house before connecting to the internet. Say "yes" and you'll have all your porn switched off for you. Cameron doesn't go into any further detail about how this on/off decision process will be policed, although the PM will ask ISPs to somehow check an adult is making this decision. [Telegraph]

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