This is hardly related to human rights violations. This company decided to put an internet filter by default on your internet connection. If you don't like that, choose a different internet provider, or override this default. I would probably do the former because I don't want something that I don't control to censor my internet connection (and there may "accidental" regressions making you confirm you want to watch porn -- no matter whether that is true or false).
In any case, since you still have a choice here, this is not a human rights violation.