BT Parental Controls assess each site that is accessed on your home connection. It works by looking at the main purpose of the site. It takes into account the first part of the site address, such as; "www.btcom" and not the information after this.
Sites are categorised according to the primary purpose of the site, not each of the individual pages. If the site comes under one of the blocking categories you've set to block, then it will redirect the user to a blocked page. If you're the account holder, you'll be able to override a blocked page.
With BT Parental Controls you can benefit from these key features:
Other internet software based filters should work with BT Parental Controls. However, if you're using software that covers all devices across your home internet connection, such as Open DNS, Metacert or Norton Connectsafe, then you'll not be able to use BT Parental Controls.
We recommend that you remove all other software that cover your home internet connection before setting up BT Parental Controls.
No personal data is inspected or collected. BT collects data on customer's policy settings in order to improve the range of settings available.