Claire Perry, David Cameron’s special advisor on preventing the sexuality and commercialization of childhood, spoke on June 14th about children protection in the Internet on the occasion of the Westminster’s eForum. She considers that the parental filters are not rather successful especially because parents do not use them enough, only 1/3 of the parents, who have children who are less than 10 years old set up the filter, study the Daily Mail. Claire Perry would like to set up a system of opt-out before the end of 2013. This one would consist in introducing a filtering by default and the customer could deactivate manually for a limited time. Claire Perry said that “[In the UK] we will have filters where if you do nothing, the parental filters will come pre-tickets”. This system will be imposed on the new users but also in the older with a retroactive way.