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JuniorWatch Standard (1 year service) Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — JuniorWatch Standard (1 year service)

JuniorWatch is the ideal software tool to monitor your children’s computer usage and online behavior.
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User rating: 152 (16%) 817 (84%) 84 comments

JuniorWatch Standard (1 year service) was available as a giveaway on February 15, 2012!

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JuniorWatch is the ideal software tool to monitor your children’s computer usage and online behavior. If there is any issue you will notice it in the very beginning. JuniorWatch allows you capture screens, take webcam pictures, log key strokes, log clipboard, and log browser histories.

It also enables you to turn on FamilyShield, which blocks adult website and fraud/phishing sites. You can view all reports and turn on/off features remotely (from any other PC on Internet) once the software was installed on the monitored PC. Furthermore, it comes with Encryption option which protects your privacy.

Please note, by using JuniorWatch, you agree to abide by all applicable local, state, national and international laws and regulations, and not to knowingly use JuniorWatch for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited.

Note that 5 best improvement ideas will be rewarded to upgrade JW to one year Ultimate service ($60 value). Use Idea Informer widget to submit your feedback and do not forget to fill in your name and e-mail – otherwise the Developer will not be able to contact you in case you are the one to win!

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7; Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1; Processor: 400 MHz Pentium processor or equivalent; RAM: 96 MB; Hard Disk: 50MB available space

Publisher:

Timeon Technologies LLC.

Homepage:

http://www.juniorwatch.com/

File Size:

2.41 MB

Price:

$23.88

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@82 - Technical Panda, I AM a Programmer. Yes, I have people tell me my work is rubbish. Yes, I get offended on a personal level, but I would NEVER let them know that. I remain PROFESSIONAL, nod my head and say, Thank you for your comments, I'll certainly consider them. Then I DO consider them. I value their perspective to make me a better programmer.
As for the merit of this particular software give away, I agree it is a good idea. It may very well be an excellent application. However, if the Developer is incapable of accepting criticism with at least a moderate level of professionalism, how long will they remain in business to support it? Not long, I'd venture to say...

Reply   |   Comment by Bruce  –  3 years ago
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I downloaded this BECAUSE of comment #12. Nice to see that a developer has enough respect for his product to answer, and stand up for his product. If the problem is on my end, I'd rather be informed than a$$-kissed. I'da done the same thing.

Reply   |   Comment by doncolt  –  3 years ago
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I feel moved to comment on the some of the statements made on this subject today, especially those who seem to have taken offence by the software developers comments, and their apparent un-professionalism, saracsm etc. Let me support the comments made by them by saying that they have no doubt worked very hard developing this software, released it free to users via GAOD, only to see stupid comments posted about their work.

Software Developers are human too, if you make a unjustified comment about their work they will retaliate, it's human nature. Imagine yourself at your place of work, someone walks in and tells you that all your work is rubbish and not worth buying. Would you just stand there and say 'Well, thanks for your opinion, even though you haven't tried the product, you are absolutely right of course, and I will change it all for you.'? I don't think so!

As a professional computer repairer, I would hate to see my work taken apart by others who obviously have no idea what they are talking about. The high percentage of damage to software (i.e. Windows) is caused by accessing certain websites by un-supervised or monitored young people who are, by the fact they are young, curious about just about everything. 'Good parenting does not require spying' - what planet are you on? Most kids would swear on a stack of bibles that it wasn't them that went on an adult site, nor downloaded pictures, it must have been 'someone else'. Children are children, they think they are smart (I have 3 by the way), and think they know a way around anything to do with computers/internet because they have attended a few lectures in school or college.

The fact is they appear to know more because they pay attention to what interests them, whilst the average parent (?) can't be bothered with 'new technology' - online predators know this and this leaves the kids vulnerable.

This particular software is a tool, an aid to those who are concerned about the online activities of youngsters, and let's be honest, some adults too. If you don't want it, fine, leave it alone and wait for tomorrow's GAOD. If you do want it, install it, use it for a while then make a comment based on your findings. Don't just follow the previous 'reviewers' comments blindly thinking it will make you look clever and informed - it doesn't, it makes you look stupid and misguided about a very serious subject.

Think your children are safe and wouldn't dream of going on social network sites, adult only sites? In that case you are the ones who need this software, you are living on another planet.

Reply   |   Comment by Tactical Panda  –  3 years ago
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#76 is right on the money.

It's really quite a comment on the parents that they feel they can't trust the kids that they, themselves have raised.

Reply   |   Comment by Entruchio  –  3 years ago
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I did not download this program for one reason... the response that was given to number 7. I understand getting upset at a nonsense reply and even wanting to lash back a little but honestly that is not to be tolerated. If I have a problem and can not figure something out will i be degraded and treated poorly for it? I think yes I would. The main thing to remember and I am not sure how many people will see this, but when replying to posts on this or any server you are the face of the company you speak for and your answers and responses carry tremendous weight. One bad comment, like the one made to #7, can and will turn people away from a very good and valuable product. No matter the price, power, or need.

I do trust my children very much, I trust they will make mistakes and make bad decisions, but I trust other people even less and a program like this would allow me to monitor the other people that my children are coming in contact with not my children. If you need any proof of this go to any local law enforcement agency and ask to speak to the cyber crime division about internet predators. Wake up people it is not our children we do not trust but teh people out there who are trying to harm them.

Reply   |   Comment by AdamT  –  3 years ago
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"Trust" the kids, "but verify!" I'm an inner city High School Teacher in LA, and believe me, kids at that age will test you and see hwat they can get away with! Many parents use the PC and TV as a baby sitter, and thats not good! Thanks to Junior Watch for particpating here.

Reply   |   Comment by Big Randy  –  3 years ago
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It's not just kids we have to spy on, it's everyone. To protect them, of course.

Reply   |   Comment by Mike490  –  3 years ago
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Good parenting does not require spying. This is a tool for parents who are too lazy to train their kids and teach them right from wrong. Try leading by example. It will get you a lot better results.

Reply   |   Comment by Jessie  –  3 years ago
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@31 I agree completely. The only thing that made me not download is the total lack of professionalism shown by the software provider. As for the debate over role of parents and spying, I personally believe there is a fine balance of privacy and protection that must be found. You want to give children the chance to test their boundaries and experiment with their own freedom but you also want to keep children from situations in which they could harm themselves. I think the best way to do this is a content filter instead of monitoring software. Monitoring software, in my opinion, should be used in workplaces or environments where sensitive information must be protected. Anyway, work on the image you show the public because at the moment it is sarcastic, immature, and very unprofessional.

Reply   |   Comment by PsuedoCoder  –  3 years ago
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Really people, with all due respect, quit your bitching.
1-They are nice enough to give you the program for free
2-If it doesent work for you, uninstall it or don't install it in the first place (no need to badmouth it also)
3-If you think it's spying and its wrong, well kids lie and they do hide things from mommy and daddy(except yours of course OTFLOL), for for the rest of the population who don't want to see their kids taken advantage of (or worse) by online preditors, this is called responsible parenting (when used responsibly)
4-So lets thank the author for creating this software and letting you have it for free, and that they are willing to listen to your ideas (send a comment to Symentec and see what kind of automated reply you get because they could not be bothered with an accual person reading your suggestion or caring less about your opinion)
Thank you JuniorWatch Developers...
Joe
P.S. Sorry I did not try your software, as I just have no use for it just yet, but soon... Just cant stand what comments people put up here sometimes.

Reply   |   Comment by jgruber  –  3 years ago
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"@7. Are you serious? It is not doing anything by default unless you turn on features from your account on JuniorWatch. Even you turned them all on, you should not notice any difference in computer performance. You must be kidding. Very funny."

Rather unprofessional reply from the company. Even if I DID have need of this program, this reply would turn me away from this company.

Reply   |   Comment by Patrick  –  3 years ago
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My humble opinion is, to own a software like this is a really personal decision. It's not whether the product is good or bad, it's what people think of it. There's different opinions as to what this does and each and everyone of us is entitled to their own opinion. As long as it does NOT denigrate anyone.

#44-hhd - FYI you will never get any spam from christian sites. If you do get anything, it's because you subscribed or requested it in the first place!!!

Have a nice day everyone:-)

(Happy Belated Valentine's Day)

Reply   |   Comment by Weezie  –  3 years ago
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You have to learn trust... my 9 year old said he does not go to "dirty sites", and I believe him.

Janice

Reply   |   Comment by Janice  –  3 years ago
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@13 --- @20 --- @24 --- @57 --- I cannot but agree with you more. We cannot hold our childrens' hands all through their lives nor can we always be there to protect them from all sorts of dangers. As has been said, kids will find a way around anything if they want; heck, most of them know more about the PC than we do!

Responsible parents teach their children life skills and encourage them to make good decisions in their own lives. All this pandering and coddling teaches kids nothing nor does it help them make their own set of moral values.

IMHO software like this caters to absentee parenting and capitalizes on the shortcomings of our own parental generation. No thanks. I have discussed this subject with my kids and we have agreed on certain life principles (on which I will not elaborate). This is not censorship; they are life skills. The only way for me to maintain by childrens' trust and respect is to give them that trust and respect too. It takes more of my time, sure. But, it is my pleasure to interact with my kids.

Okay, so now you can all vote my comments down ... in fact why don't you make this comment get the world's record in negative votes at GAOTD. Doesn't matter. I love my kids. Like them, I don't need coddling.

BTW, this is a comment on the software being offered today. I am explaining what I deem to be its most fundamental flaw.

Now vote ! ;)

Reply   |   Comment by Paul  –  3 years ago
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Whilst this might or might not be a good idea, surely your cover is blown the first time you quiz the offspring about it!
" Big Brother (or Mother and Father) is Watching You "
And the emotive 'protect the kiddies' panel in the website, that of a mother and a *t*o*d*d*l*e*r*, is too ridiculous for words.
Cheers
Kilroy

Reply   |   Comment by Kilroy  –  3 years ago
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Good and useful software. Especially because I dislike using the in-built one in Internet Explorer. As a matter of fact, since I left Internet Explorer and started using Google Chrome instead (which also has an antispyware and Ad Block Plus provided free of charge), added Spyware Blaster (freeware), WOT (freeware), Ad Block (freeware), it eliminated all the porn and most commercials once and for all to such an extent that I cannot score for Child Safety anymore as I can't see these disgusting sites/ads. I recommend these freewares to everyone.

http://www.filehippo.com/download_google_chrome/
http://www.filehippo.com/download_spywareblaster/
WOT and Ad Block are free extensions found at https://chrome.google.com/webstore?hl=en-US

Reply   |   Comment by Sandra  –  3 years ago
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I see the negatives here & I have used SpectorSoft's Spector Pro I believe it was 5.0 a few years ago when my children were young & I found it very helpful. It gave images of everything done on my computer & it also gave all keystrokes & chats. It would email to a specified address, you could limit the login times & other features.
I have heard elsewhere it may not reinstall or such never had a problem. You could set it stealth where it will delete the installer where it won't appear in programs etc. It's a good idea to keep another copy of the installer in another folder where it's safe.
I had a problem when I logged on after my child and the computer was abnormally slow, I checked the images & found a rootkit was downloaded unbeknownst to my child, I was able to delete it with Webroot & notify the parents of the others in chat to check there computer.

Reply   |   Comment by StanFi  –  3 years ago
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excuse me what's wrong with xp sp3 gives me system io exception error after clicking on the Terms and Conditions page of the install program.
what now?!

Reply   |   Comment by Andrew  –  3 years ago
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We installed Safeyes on our home computer to stop porn getting their in the first place. We have been very impressed by how much it stops and how versatile it is.

Reply   |   Comment by JohnJ  –  3 years ago
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#23, Giovanni
I think, there are even more free parental "control" tools from ... ah ... Hustler.
But, as far as I can remember, their main feature is not at all to work.

Reply   |   Comment by jikol  –  3 years ago
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@52. This is not traditional install-and-done software. It is an online service. Sorry it is a longer process than usual but it is necessary for us to maintain this service.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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Thank you, Giovanni!

One of the best features of this site, are your extremely helpful postings of alternative softwares. And you LOL's are great too!

Reply   |   Comment by DT  –  3 years ago
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There is a way built into windows to turn off at a selected time, go to
http://www.spyany.com/program/article_tut-auto-shutdown-computer.html
and follow the instructions. No download reqd.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeremy  –  3 years ago
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@28 I use onelinefamily from Norton and it stinks. The kids go to forums and there are dozens of ways to get around it. Norton refuses to do anything about it claiming the software is to enable "dialogue". Well my son is defiant and will do anything to go to his video game sites. Taking the computer away isn't an option because he has an online math class. I chained his laptop in an open area, and he is still hiding his playing. We need software to protect our children from themselves. Tell the children you are monitoring, and the heck with them if they don't like it.

Reply   |   Comment by Pete  –  3 years ago
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Well, if you use opendns.com correctly, you don't NEED to monitor your kids. By blocking all the bad sites, chat sites, file download sites, etc., what is left for your kids to do that needs monitoring?

I firmly believe you need to remove temptation first, then educate your kids and give them a level of trust.

OpenDNS.com filters all the bad stuff I don't want them on. My D-Link router shuts their internet off at 10pm (by MAC address) automatically.

I don't need third party software that I have to pay for and maintain.

Reply   |   Comment by Greg  –  3 years ago
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@51. Good suggestion. We definitely will consider it.

Also I apologize to those who were offended by my comments in @12. Partly because I was a little irritated by comments which I thought was baseless. Partly because I was not fully awake (had to jump up from bed in midnight 2 am to see if anyone need help). We tested our program. Even with everything turned on (keylog, screen, webcam, location and browser logging), it only run once in every 30 minutes and it is never make computer noticeable slow. I thought @7 was a fake review. So I made unnecessary and inappropriate comment @12. Again, I apologize to somesay. Please contact me at support@juniorwatch.com if you do see your computer slows down after using JuniorWatch. We will debug it with you if you like.

Thanks again for all your support from GOTD. You guys are awesome!

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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Sorry folks, this will probably get negative votes as I can't comment on today's offer.

Personally I don't have a use for this program, BUT this 'type' of program is very useful and imo falls into a quality product on GOTD.

What I REALLY like about this offer is that the devs are reading and replying to concerns/comments.

Rock On juniorwatch! Dev responses do not happen nearly enough.

Reply   |   Comment by Lurker  –  3 years ago
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My three 'children' have their own laptops which they have password protected! I managed to load them with Microsoft Security Essentials and McAfee Site Advisor while setting them up with a suite of useful software which I have built up over the years when they were new. But now they are on their own. The idea that they would willingly allow me to put spyware on their laptops and access it to see what they are up to is preposterous!

Reply   |   Comment by Sam  –  3 years ago
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@49. I am sorry for the problem. Could you please elaborate the issue? Did not receive the activating email? Or crashed during installation? We made change this morning so that you do not have to use email to activating your account. Could you please try again? Please send email to support@juniorwatch.com or post the details to http://www.juniorwatch.com/forum?

Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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@50. I am sorry for the problem. Could you please send email to support@juniorwatch.com with your login? I can manually adjust your account. Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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I am deleting everything after reading the 'readme' doc. There is too much jumping through hoops for activating the program to even use the thing.

Reply   |   Comment by Bandit  –  3 years ago
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A feature that forcibly shuts down the computer at a pre-determined time would be helpful. (I can already use passwords to limit access when the computer is already off, and being turned on.)

Side comment: from a customer service point of view, the attitude reflected in @12 is unnecessary and innappropriate.

Reply   |   Comment by Carl LaFong  –  3 years ago
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Well, don't put the gift certificate data in the "coupon" window (as I did). Ended up with a "credit" after submitting the coupon, then realizing I didn't put it in the gift cert window, and did so. Got error message, and noticed that there's no way to contact Junior Watch w/questions.

Got no email w/registration info, and I guess I'm out of luck. Perhaps I'll try the free version and see how that works.

Oh, well....

Reply   |   Comment by DaveA  –  3 years ago
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$1.99 due today. Reporting disabled on 2012-02-15.
Please make a payment for continued Standard service.

Reply   |   Comment by Bob  –  3 years ago
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OK, so i logged in and successfully created the account
I changed to standard and entered the code after changing to one year.
It now says I owe $1 and some cents and reporting is disabled.
This certainly is not user friendly in setting up.

Reply   |   Comment by Bob  –  3 years ago
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Downloaded but would not install. Tried numerous attempts. I referred this to all in my email addressbook. This would have been a great software to use for to get new members but not if it won't load. Any suggestions. It is giving a

Reply   |   Comment by edd starnes  –  3 years ago
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@47. Thanks for bringing up opendns solution. Yes it is a great way to block unwanted sites. It is great if the porn sites is your only concern for your kids. However, it is only a blocking solution. It misses the monitoring features which are provided in JuniorWatch.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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Just go to www.opendns.com. Create an account, and put the DNS servers in your router. You have granular web-enabled ability to block whatever you want from everyone inside your network. No software to load, no worry about new PC's. Everyone in your network automatically is under your web surfing control.

Been using this for my teenage kids for years.

Reply   |   Comment by Greg  –  3 years ago
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Someone requested this software to work on Kindle Fire. We haven't tested the Kindle Fire yet but we do have Android client ready. See above for the link to Android Market. BTW, the one year standard service apply to Android client too, in case you need it. Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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@37. It is a good idea. I am sure it can be done technically. However, by doing that, you lost the ability to track and monitor when the computer is in school or friends home. It only works at your home. I am not sure whether it is most parents want.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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Hopefully this can block christian and religious sites as well as porn.

Reply   |   Comment by hhd  –  3 years ago
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Am I at the right place? Out of all the comments, excluding from Junior Watch (who I agree are not "customer friendly"), only six have anything to do with evaluating this software. Isn't that what this area is for? And the forum is for comments like all but the six helpful ones. Parenting views are not the subject of this site. Software testing and evaluating is. It is no wonder we do not hear from the wonder review and testers this site used to have.

I do not have kids, so I am not interested and did not cast a vote.

Reply   |   Comment by Sue  –  3 years ago
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For technical questions or problems, please post at http://www.juniorwatch.com/forums. We will provide support today and everyday there at forum.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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@35. Please see 39. Now you can login directly, or recreate an account. Sorry for the problem.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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Enjoyed reading the sensible responses to #13's nonsense. Children are not equals of adults, don't bear adults' responsibilities nor do they hold title to the freedom adults retain by the law of nature and nature's Author. Thanks, #23 for alternatives. I will check them if this software presents problems. Also on the lookout for freebie of SnapLogger. That did a nice job, pre-hard-drive death.

QUESTION: Mac alternatives (wife's computer)?

Reply   |   Comment by trainerdave  –  3 years ago
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For those who did not receive the activation email, please go ahead and login w/o activation. We had a problem with our email server this morning due to the overwhelming support from QOTD. We made quick change and now you are able to login without activating your account by email. Sorry for the problem and Thanks for all your support.

Reply   |   Comment by JuniorWatch  –  3 years ago
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You can compare the difference between the free service and Standard service here

The Standard service being offered today is only for 1 year.

Reply   |   Comment by GAOTD Installer  –  3 years ago
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The problem I have with this and most programs like it is getting it installed on the target computers. Inevitably, it is found, messed with, deleted, etc. despite all the covert protection schemes. I wonder if there is a program that can do the same things (monitor kids' internet, chat, etc) and not be installed on their computer. They are all on the same home network which uses a wireless router. Isn't there a way to monitor from the network and leave the individual PCs alone?

Reply   |   Comment by John  –  3 years ago
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The charm of this kind of technology is what it requires of young people to work-around its parental security. Working with teens in a high school that (formerly) blocked all the "evil" sites like YouTube, it was fascinating to see that in any group of 10 kids there were at least 12 work-arounds. Parents who invest in prohibitions usually get the highest returns in exactly these kinds of work-arounds. Foolish at best, evidence of distrust and manipulation at worst.

Reply   |   Comment by Joe Beckmann  –  3 years ago
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The site won't let me create an account. It returns the following message:
We're sorry, but something went wrong.

We've been notified about this issue and we'll take a look at it shortly.

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