The first, expected to be published in January, will look at parental control benchmarks mostly based on previous research.
The second and perhaps most important report will examine, in the words of an Ofcom spokesman, "ISPs' commitment to the introduction of network-level filters".
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The final publication from the regulator will return to look again at parental control benchmarks once the blocking tech is fully bedded in to test its effectiveness late in 2014.
But readers might wonder what role Ofcom might play in looking at a system that isn't perfect for policing the internet in the way that some politicos and parents might foolishly have expected it to.
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Such a strategy might mean the telecoms giant will face fewer days in court over copyright wrangles come 2014.