Aliant describes its parental controls as a service that:
Blocks over 15 million Websites containing content such as pornography, drugs, criminal activity, hate speeches and much more.
This sentence boggles my mind on multiple grammatical, perceptual and practical levels.
Its purpose seems to be to lump together enough words with “evil” associations to convince the unwitting parent of the value of the service. But the words are content-free concepts. What does a website that “contains criminal activity content” look like? What are “hate speeches?” How does a website “contain drugs content?”
The software that Aliant uses for these “parental controls” is called, apparently with no sense of irony, Freedom.