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SAN DIEGO, Aug. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- iBoss Web Filters (http://www.iboss.com), providers of gateway security for large organizations, has joined the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) to combat online images of child sex abuse.
ATLANTA, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- With 25 million American households watching online TV shows or movies, objectionable content that parents block on the family TV or avoid in the local movie theater is just a click away on the family computer.
A new Internet filtering system being introduced in Australia would block obscene and crime-linked Web sites, but many are concerned about how it will work and if it will curtail freedoms.
Government-Mandated Software Raises Censorship, Security & Choice Concerns ATLANTA, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- InternetSafety.com today criticized the Chinese government's decision to mandate the installation of Green Dam filtering software on every PC starting July 1, citing censorship and security concerns as well as the unprecedented attempt to force nationwide adoption of a single software product to control children's Internet use.
A secret Internet "blacklist" published this week on Wikileaks.org includes a list of Web sites the Australian government allegedly wants to block.
With the school year just starting, working parents may breathe a sigh of relief that the children are safely back in school for the next nine months, but what happens after 3 pm when the kids are home alone with unsupervised computer access? For many parents, these are the danger hours when children are most likely to visit inappropriate websites and are also most vulnerable to Internet predators.
8e6 Technologies, the leader in Internet filtering and reporting for the K-12 market, today announced the company won 165 new K-12 education customers in the first two quarters of 2008.
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