Go Away Cameron add-on for Chrome gives the gift of porn this Christmas

In a bid to clean up the internet David Cameron has imposed porn filters on UK internet providers. New BT customers will automatically have porn blocked and will need to actively turn filters off. But already the internet has come to the rescue with a by-pass add-on for Chrome, called Go Away Cameron.

The Go Away Cameron (GAC) extension will allow Chrome users to go freely about the internet without their internet provider pestering them with imposed restrictions. You will have to register an account, and may be pestered with upgrade requests, but that’s a small price to pay for greater online freedom.

READ: BT's default filter settings will block porn for new internet customers

To use you simply navigate to the site you wish to view, after activating the GAC icon in the address bar. It’s a seamless process and, of course, works for Incognito Mode.

The governmental ban has come under attack for also blocking sex education websites and as sexual health information sites.

The Go Away Cameron is free to use and available now.