ISP tells customers that if they want Cameron's censored internet they should move to North Korea

Internet service provider Andrews & Arnold has told customers that if they want filtered internet - they should change providers or move to North Korea.

The comments are a reaction to plans announced by Prime Minister David Cameron, who wants all internet to be filtered for adult content as default, with customers only able to opt out of the censorship plans.

The government wants us to offer filtering as an option, so we offer an active choice when you sign up, you choose one of two options:-

Unfiltered Internet access - no filtering of any content within the A&A network - you are responsible for any filtering in your own network, or

Censored Internet access - restricted access to unpublished government mandated filter list (plus Daily Mail web site) - but still cannot guarantee kids don't access porn.

If you choose censored you are advised: Sorry, for a censored internet you will have to pick a different ISP or move to North Korea. Our services are all unfiltered.

Is that a good enough active choice for you Mr Cameron?