PARENTAL-CONTROL SOFTWARE

PC Magazine just ran a short review of parental-control software that can block Internet sites with inappropriate content when kids are surfing. The magazine liked Cybersitter 2002, which stops web pages from appearing, as well as filtering POP3 and web-based e-mail, instant messaging, file sharing, and newsgroups. It looks appealing, but this is strictly for what it’s worth – I don’t have any personal experience with any of the programs.