Kid Safe Email Helps Protect Children Offered By Children’s Educational Network

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The TUKI Browser™ Software Educates, Entertains and Protects Children & Families – Gives Kids Safe Email Interface

Children’s Educational Network (CEN) announced today that their kid safe email system, bundled with their free Internet filter and parental control software (a kid safe browser) designed to protect and educate children on the Internet, provides children with the ability to utilize email capabilities in a safe, locked-down environment as part of their premium TUKI Kids Club Membership.

The TUKI Browser™ (http://www.TUKI.com) created by CEN is a kid safe browser designed to educate and protect children from pornography, hate, violence, online predators and other Internet perils by allowing kids to send and receive email messages only with parent-approved buddies, preventing unsolicited SPAM emails. It also prevents them from corresponding with people that parents don’t approve of or know about, and helps prevent children from giving out personal information about themselves, family members or to use inappropriate language.

The Internet provides a great opportunity for children to develop social skills via email. Parents want their children to be Internet savvy and learn netiquette at an early age. TUKI kid safe email offers a complete email system that was designed to be interactive, fun and educational at the same time, which encourages children to want to use the system and develop good email habits from day one.

Most children, by at least the age of 10, have an email account of some form, many of which are provided by the typical free web-based services. These accounts fill up quickly with unwanted SPAM, many of it is very adult and inappropriate for children in its content. Parents want to protect their children from being exposed to these too mature, and disturbing messages, as well as protect their expensive computer investments from the viruses and other mal-ware that is frequently attached to SPAM messages.

According to http://www.spam-filter-review.toptenreviews.com’s 2006 statistics, 40% of all email sent is considered SPAM, 12.4 billion SPAM emails are sent daily, 2,200 SPAM messages are received annually per person and, this is the really scary one…SPAM is expected to increase 63% in 2007.

Free download of the TUKI Browser™ can be found at http://www.TUKI.com, and once downloaded, parents can quickly and easily upgrade their service to allow their children to experience an appropriate, educational and fun kid safe email interface made just for them.

About Children’s Educational Network:

Children’s Educational Network (CEN) is building the premier, online community for children – “TUKI” ™, The Ultimate Kids’ Internet”™ http://www.tuki.com – designed to provide a safe, fun and educational Internet experience only accessible through CEN’s TUKI Browsers. “TUKI’s” core function is to protect children from pornography, hate, violence, online predators and inappropriate content on the Internet and offering fun, educational content that inspires and motivates children in a positive manner. http://www.childrenseducationalnetwork.com Children’s Educational Network, 760-233-2863.

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