OAK BROOK, IL -- McDonald's and Starbucks are blocking pornography from their Wi-Fi networks.
The move follows a campaign from anti-pornography groups demanding that restaurant and fast-food chains filter out that content.
Oak brook-based McDonald's says that Wi-Fi filtering has been activated in the majority of its nearly 14,000 restaurants nationwide.
Starbucks says it will join in once it can find a system that won't "involuntarily block unintended content."
McDonalds, Starbucks to block porn from Wi-Fi networks