Safety-Net tracks online steps

12th March 2004 at 00:00
An internet "safety" package aimed at teachers and parents in the UK and Ireland aims to replace the blocking of prohibited sites with a surveillance system which monitors the activities of computer users.

Safety-Net tracks where children have been browsing so that parents and teachers can find out for themselves the websites and chatrooms that have been visited. It costs pound;58.75 (inc VAT).

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