From a technical perspective, the Internet can be regarded as a natural mode of information communication. It is a fact that there are similarities between Internet and other communications modes the wide range of users that can be addressed through the internet without any barriers certainly make it a lethal mode of communication. Unlike the conventional modes of communication, the Internet can allow its potential users to access a plethora of information at a minimal cost. However, the key concern for the governments around the world is that there seems to be no limit on the quality of the content that is being published on the Internet and whether the content is morally. Governments have emphasized on the fact that they must be allowed censoring and imposing a ban on any content that they think of being profane and which they feel may not be directly in the interest of the public and can be viewed or accessed on moral or ethical grounds and it may be hurtful and profane to potential users. For instance, pornography can be easily viewed and accessed through the internet and children using the internet may get spoiled as a result (Depken, 2006). In many countries pornography has been considered illegal for viewership. However, as the internet does not have any boundaries or barriers attached to it, regulations and laws aren’t directly applicable as a result and that is why it is important to control internet content from a regional level.