Technology is not a replacement
for good parenting... however, if you are concerned
with your child accessing our web site, please review the information provided below.
We understand as a parent, you can not be with your child at all times.
We make every effort to insure all customer's are over the age of 18 before we ship any order.
drop your child off at a adult bookstore for the afternoon?
THE INTERNET IS NOT A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUR CHILD TO BE!!! - CLICK HERE TO READ WHY!!!
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Content Screening Software
Please note: by listing, we are neither endorsing these products, nor implying products not included are in any way inferior to those that are, but merely providing easy access to some of the many products available for your review.
According to their report, parents of the 26 million U.S. youngsters who surf the web have the primary responsibility for protecting children when they go online at home. They cite a recent survey by Jupiter Research, which showed
. . . seven out of ten parents handle the issue by being present when their kids go online. Only 6 percent use stand-alone filtering software, products that promise to steer kids clear of undesirable material. Does that small minority know something? Can a technological fix substitute for a parent's watchful eye? In 1997, when we first tested this kind of software, the answer clearly was no. But since then, the number of software filters has grown from a handful to well over a dozen. Internet giant America Online (AOL) comes with parental controls that filter content. Is the present generation of filtering software any better than its predecessors?