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Porn free internet?

February 4th, 2006 · No Comments

Parents might like to take note of this new search engine designed to protect kids from some of the more unsavoury stuff online…

In this digital age it’s no surprise that 87 percent of children regularly use the Internet. While going online may be a great resource in the pursuit of knowledge, the US Department of Justice has reported that one in four children will have an accidental encounter with online porn.

This issue has forced many schools to block popular search engines like Google and use a targeted educational search engine like NetTrekker.com. Currently used in thousands of schools and homes across the country, the search engine links students with only appropriate resources via teachers who approve every web page listed in results, and powerful technology that blocks links to pornography with 100 percent certainty. It is now available to parents for home use for the first time.

Kids are easily distracted and experts say only 6 percent of the web is relevant for schoolwork. This new resource is proving to help keep both kids and research for homework focused. For more information, visit nettrekker.com.


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