Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.
There's a website called GuardYourEyes.org that tries to encourage shmiras ainayim, prevent pornographic viewing online, and treat people addicted to pornography. They try to push the male public to have an Internet filter and to not know the password to the filter (which can be used to change the settings on the filter to watch inappropriate material). They recommend people typing a password impossible to remember and to send it to a "filter gabai" who will remember the password for them. (The purpose of the password is to allow kosher, blocked websites to be accessed; no filter is perfect.) They currently need a volunteer for this service. Please note that many of the people who'd be requesting this service from them are pornography addicts who may consider getting rid of the filter because of the major inconvenience associated with the filter. (Note: When they talk of requiring a 30-day sobriety, they mean of watching porn and acting out.) Here's their ad:
Looking for an Assistant Filter Gabai
We are looking for an Assistant Filter Gabai to help with saving people's passwords for them, make remote changes (using remote accessing software, such as TeamViewer and ShowMyPC), and offer people filtering advice... If you are interested in being trained into the job, please be in contact with either me at email@example.com or the filter Gabai at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a tremendous chesed for people, and one day (when we have more funds) we plan on expanding this service by offering a 24 hour hot-line for advice and help with filters, both in Israel and the U.S. (Who knows? If you start now, you might one day get a paid job to do this).
To qualify for this volunteer job, we need someone computer savvy, with some knowledge of filters, and with a mobile-device that gets e-mails (so he can respond to urgent requests). Also, you should be married and sober for at least 30 days (preferably 90 days).