UK Prime Minister David Cameron has unilaterally decreed that these parental filters will soon be switched on by default for all broadband customers in the UK. But don't worry, the Great Firewall of Cameron won't make any mistakes, because the PM has decreed that Web companies must:
a) Censor all the bad things, but;
b) Don't censor the good things.
Whew, that's a relief.
The advice appears to be for Sky customers to log into their web account, and in the Sky Broadband Shield section turn off the Phishing/Malware filter, or alternatively disable the shield completely.
Sky parental controls break jquery website [Andrew Ferguson/Think Broadband]