American Airlines to Filter Pornographic Content on the Gogo Inflight Internet System
Based on the feedback of our customers and employees, American Airlines is working with Aircell® to implement technology to filter pornographic content over the Gogo® inflight Internet service.
Since the launch of Gogo, American has not experienced any reported incidents of customers viewing inappropriate content via the Gogo service. However, we believe this is an appropriate measure to take.
More details will be forthcoming as the company finalizes its plans.
American was the first airline to launch the Gogo service on Aug. 20, providing Internet access to customers flying on American's Boeing 767-200 aircraft between New York JFK and San Francisco, Los Angeles and Miami as part of a three-to-six month trial of inflight connectivity. The introduction of inflight Wi-Fi provides customers the opportunity to be productive and stay connected while in flight.
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