Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) January 16, 2006 —
Pornography accounts for 12% of content on the Internet, and this amount grows each year. Anyone who uses the Web often enough, including children who may not even know what pornography is, will eventually come across adult content, either intentionally or unintentionally. Children are naturally curious, and if they hear from others about pornography on the Web, there is a strong chance they will look into it for themselves.
A scenario involving a child who stumbles across adult or illegal content is much more likely than some parents might expect. To lure children to their websites, some online pornography pushers include the names of popular cartoon characters on their websites. When children enter these names into search engines, they end up clicking on links to these websites. This is just one of many despicable tactics used to lure children into the world of internet pornography.
In the past, people did not care about protecting their computers from viruses until it became a major problem. Now most ISP, corporate, and home PCs have some virus protection on it. Why wait until it is too late to filter out harmful material for children?
SurfMonitor LLC has developed a software program that parents can use to protect their children from lewd content and sexual predators. In today's world, parental control software is as essential to a child's safety as looking both ways before crossing the street, not talking to strangers, and holding a parent's hand in the city. For more information, please visit http://www.SurfMonitor.com.