September 11, 2006 -- From Ian, a reader, from Bristol, RI, who is affiliated with the site.
Safe Computer Kids has been striving to provide information to parents about child internet safety. We have a parents forum which is updated weekly with current news on internet safety and also allow parents to be able to purchase software that would keep their kids safe on the internet.
August 22, 2006 -- From PAUL FOGARTY, a reader, from uk, who is affiliated with the site.
Parents need to protect their children from the dangers of the internet and My Space. Find out what your kid is doing at Websafekids.com, with tips and articles for internet safety and parent education.
July 25, 2006 -- From Scott, a reader, from San Jose, CA, who is affiliated with the site.
Jump into Packetville to explore valuable information for your kids packaged in an exciting format they’ll want to tackle right away. Join them in adventures designed to give them an understanding of how the Internet works and how to use the Internet safely.
November 10, 2004 -- From Bonnie Bogle, a reader from Washington D.C., who is affiliated with the site
Through interactive games, comics, activities, and advice from the McGruff the Crime Dog, mcgruff.org teaches kids ages 5 to 12 how to be safe and protect themselves from crime. This website shows kids what they can do to stay safe online, stop bullies from picking on them and their friends, deal with strangers, and much more.
October 16, 2000 -- From Shawna C. Franke, a reader from San Diego, CA who is affiliated with the site
Offers a free browser to protect children from harmful content on the Internet. The web site and community offer lots of fun and educational content, the closed community is great fun with talking email and chat.
October 3, 2000 -- From Susan, a parent from Phoenix, AZ who is not affiliated with the site
A cartoon adventure that teaches Internet safety to kids. Includes topics such as online manners, virus threats, and privacy issues. Rescue Mickey’s friends in the correct order to earn a printable Internet Safety Certificate.
May 24, 1999 -- From Julie Chen, a parent from New Jersey, USA who is affiliated with the site
PC!Watch logs and analyzes all keystrokes including hidden passwords of Win95/98. Parents can use it to monitor children’s Internet surfing, email, word processing.