RE: Adult Content

Roger Conrad (rconrad@tmn.com)
Wed, 4 Oct 1995 10:51:16 -0400 (EDT)


I think Cornell should immediately include pattern recognition capability
into CU-SeeMe. This way parents could configure it for certain body
parts that they don't want their children to see. If, for example,
CU-SeeMe detected a breast (god forbid) coming through the data stream it
could cut off the connection!

I know that this might take even the CU programmers a couple of days to
incorporate, so in the mean time, I susggest that parents sit down next to
their kids and spend some quality time surfing the net together. This
way, if the parent detects a forbidden pattern coming across the screen,
they can break the connection themselves. I know that this is alot to ask
of the parents (spending time with their kids is tough duty) but hey, it
will only be a few days before the great CU programmers include pattern
recognition, right???