Internet parental control has never been a more important issue than it is for parents today. You monitor the ratings of the movies your children watch. You draw the line on violent video games. You censor explicit lyrics in their music choices. You limit chat time and block adult content on the home television. OK. Youre almost half way there. Surprised? Todays internet is more slick and beguiling than ever.
A genuinely innocent search can unexpectedly bring up shocking imagery and content. That alone is reason enough to implement internet parental control software right away. However, with the glossy face of social networking growing in popularity, unseen avenues have opened up a stealthy work around to your parental internet control efforts. While your child is uploading his photos and inadvertently divulging his home location by city, school, perhaps even his personal cell number, you may have been under the impression you were giving your child five minutes of friendly socializing and self expression. All the while, he is swimming in the deep end where the potential for insidious viruses lay within one irresistible click, all manner of ill intentioned child predators lurk, home made videos are uploaded by the millions, and explicit conversations take place publicly without censorship. Your child is blasted with the unfiltered ruminations of total strangers, enticed to stay for hours by corporate ads geared specifically toward interests he revealed as he clicked, captivated by addictive games that require constant social interaction with other users and continually updated social content.
The Web Blocker provides internet control solutions that monitor web page viewing histories, detect and prohibit dangerous or inappropriate media, and keep track of what children are able to do on the internet.
This free internet parental control software allows parents to set preferences according to what they decide is acceptable, filter out entire blocks of content types, enforce safe searches, monitor instant messages and emails, and ensures children have safe access to enriching learning experiences on the web.