Thursday, February 24, 2011

Censoring Your Internet

All the Saints were models of discipline.  One area in which this discipline shined forth was the sights that they would permit themselves to see.  They knew full well the dangers involved in many sights around them, and even mortified their to sight to such an extent that even lawful things were were sometimes avoided.

There are some sights (and sites) on the internet that you could not view without displeasing or offending God, but many of us use the internet daily, for business, communication or recreation.    This does not mean only pornography, but also such sites as contain immodestly dressed men and women (e.g. many of today's exercise videos, music videos, etc., or photographs of the same, advertisements for immodest clothing, etc., etc.) Therefore, it is expedient (if we must use the internet) to censor it somehow.  The following is a list of Addons available for some of the most popular internet browser, with which you can remove unwanted elements from any website.

This list, of course, is not exhaustive.  Some of the programs out there will censor adds automatically, and others will give you the option to edit and interact with the list of blocked elements.

Mozilla Firefox:
In your browser, select "Tools" from the menu at the top and click on "Add-ons".  Now type the following in your search field "Remove it permanently" and press enter.  You should find an addon that does what I have described above.  Install it and remove that filth from your web browsing.

Google Chrome: 



Internet Explorer:


Of course, I take no responsibility for anything that happens to your computer if you decide to try these out, and this is for informational purposes only.

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