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Your best solution is to purchase a firewalling system with a "subscribable" list that the firewall downloads off of a content filtering server each day/week/month and is constantly updating. Even with these, there are ways to get around them all.

Another option is to use a Mac OS X server as the router/firewall and set up the proxy server to do your content filtering. You can add and customize this list as your needs grow to block more and more sites.

While this is probably one of the cheaper routes, it requres more work on your part. Plus with this being a "seperate" box on your network, kids will have less chance at disabling the program from the desktop.

 
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