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ALSO CALLED: Internet Content Filtering, Web Content Monitoring, e-Mail Content Security Management, Content Monitoring, Web Content Security, Content Filtering, Internet Content Monitoring, Web Content Filtering, Filtering, Email Content Security Management
DEFINITION: On the Internet, content filtering (also known as information filtering) is the use of a program to screen and exclude from access or availability Web pages or e-mail that is deemed objectionable. Content filtering is used by corporations as part of Internet firewall computers and also by home computer owners, especially by parents to screen the content their children have access to from a computer.  … 
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Symantec Mail Security for SMTP
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SECURE CONTENT MANAGEMENT DEFINITION (continued): …  Content filtering usually works by specifying character strings that, if matched, indicate undesirable content that is to be screened out. Content is typically screened for pornographic content and sometimes also for violence- or hate-oriented content. Critics of content filtering programs point out that it is not difficult to unintentionally exclude desirable content. Content filtering and the products that offer this service can be divided into Web filtering, the screening of Web sites or pages, and e-mail filtering, the screening of e-mail for spam or other objectionable content. Also … 
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