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Friendly WiFi -

"More and more businesses are offering Wi-Fi as a service to customers. Whether it is at a restaurant, shop, or a favorite hangout, free access to Wi-Fi has become an expectation "

Duh.

"Friendly WiFi – an Initiative introduced by government agencies and managed by the RDI Trade Organization – recognizes public places that offer secure and filtered Wi-Fi with the goal of making public Internet safe for young people around the world."


http://www.friendlywifi.com/

"The Friendly WiFi symbol is available to any venues providing public WiFi, who are committed to supporting the need for safeguarding online content. The Friendly WiFi symbol is displayed by each venue signed up to the Friendly WiFi accreditation and appears either on their landing page as you sign into their public WiFi, or is visible on signage within the venue. 

"Wherever this symbol is displayed on site or online, parents and young people can be assured that the venues displaying the symbol have the correct filters in place and their public WiFi service is safe to use."




WatchGuard sells firewalls and firewall-based services, such as Friendly WiFi compatiable stuff.

WatchGuard is actually really inexpensive for the small-medium business market.

They also have some decent "What the crap is WiFi, anyway?" videos on their site, as long as you're willing to put up with the "...and this is how WatchGuard can help..." sales material.

(I know about WatchGuard, because apparently we use them at the office, and the IT team loves them.)


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