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SafeEyes is software that can protect your kids and your family from viewing internet content you do not want to see. There are 35 levels of filtering that you as a parent can custom set. SafeEyes can block pornography, violence, gambling, drugs, dating services and more. The features of SafeEyes in... read more >
NetNanny sells parental control software that will protect your children from accessing internet sites that you do not want your children to see. NetNanny will block internet sites like pornography, gambling, gaming sites and can also protect your children from cyber bullying and online predators. N... read more >
Spectorsoft.com is an online company which develops markets and supports PC/Internet monitoring and surveillance products for home business and small business, mobile, corporate, education and government. The services offered are Spector Pro, eBlaster, Spector 360 and Spector CNE Investigator as wel... read more >
Creepsquash.com is a safe and effective way to monitor your child's facebook activity using a simple and non-invasive approach. The program looks for certain words and key phrases as well as suspicious behavior in wall posts, private e-mail and instant messages that may indicate a child is subject t... read more >
Puresight is a trade mark of Puresight Technologies Limited, a global; Israel based company that provides a safe online environment for the world’s children.  The aim of the company is to help parents protect their kids by getting involved in their online activities.  The company doe... read more >
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Spectorsoft software is ideal for in-depth monitoring with the detailed screenshots and “plug and play” approach, especially for parents who don’t want to micromanage too much. Net Nanny has more of a dual approach, with both monitoring and controls for limiting Internet access su...
Published by Mitchell Wyatt 56 months ago in | +1 votes | 0 comments
Parental controls software: Reviews of SafetyWeb, Social Shield, WebWatcher, NetNanny, and SafeEyes - best tools to tracking and watching what your kids do on Facebook, Myspace, YouTube, and mobile phones.
Published by Nancy Phillips 86 months ago in Child Safety | +3 votes | 2 comments
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Last answer by Alisia Brown 23 months ago: This is ok, but it has some drawbacks. It can't control or define the time. For an example, if you want to let you children use the internet for 2 hours, you can't define it. From my point of view, the option is to use Koala Safe. This is really a great solution for confirming safe internet for t... read more
Asked by Tom Lee 57 months ago in | 2 answers
Last answer by Alisia Brown 23 months ago: No. It can't do this. I am using Koala Safe for the last few weeks and it helps me to block whatever program I want to be blocked.  Koala Safe is perfect for home and child safety. You can easily montior what is being used by your children and you can also define a time limit. Thanks, Alisia... read more
Asked by Fiona McCosh 39 months ago in | 1 answers
Last answer by Angela Sehstedt 44 months ago: I think this is a really good question and depends a lot on the maturity of your child.  My son was almost two when I gave birth to his little sister.  He was in the room and did a lot of pointing and asking to his dad.  I didn't scream either.  My husband kept telling him that i... read more
Asked by R B 44 months ago in | 1 answers
Last answer by Kaleidoscope Acres 56 months ago: My brother use to do this too.  In some cases teeth grinding is due to stress in the home.  In my brother's case this was very likely part of the problem as even though things often seemed okay kids are very sensitive to issues that parents might think their kids are coping with.  So ... read more
Asked by maninder sagoo 56 months ago in | 1 answers