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Friday, March 19 2010

As a business owner, I take advantage of how useful the internet is every day.  As a Mom however, I also see the bad side of the internet: My kids definitely cannot use the internet unsupervised or without some type of monitoring.  If you are a parent, you know exactly what I am talking about.  Danger and inappropriate content lurk everywhere online.  You can't leave it up to your kids to do the right thing and monitor their own internet use.  This is where a company called SpectorSoft comes in.

SpectorSoft develops markets and supports Internet Safety Software products for parents that would like to protect their kids from the dangers on the Internet.

In this day of Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and all of those cool sites that kids love to be a part of, a parent has to take an ACTIVE role in monitoring their activity online.  Our childrens' innocence and often their very safety depend on it.  Parents definitely need to install a monitoring software on any PC your child will be using to supervise and records your child’s PC and Internet activity.  Spector Pro is a product that can do just this. 

Spector Pro also automatically records their chats, instant messages, emails, the web sites they visit, what they search for, what they do on MySpace and Facebook, the pictures they post and look at, the keystrokes they type, the programs they run and much more.  It may sound invasive to your child, but in this day and age I would rather be invasive and protective, than sorry.

You can learn more about SpectorSoft and Spector Pro at

Posted by: Elena AT 11:12 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
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