Escondido, CA (PRWEB) August 24, 2006
Children’s Educational Network (CEN) announced its Military Gift program that honors parents who serve in the armed forces protecting our freedom. The program provides military families worldwide with free software downloaded over the Internet that keeps kids safe from online predators, porn, hate, violence and drugs. The gift includes a lifetime subscription to the fully-featured, premium content TUKI Freedom Browser recently launched at the Sean Hannity Freedom Concert held in Chula Vista, CA. This software helps protect children and grandchildren from the dangers of the Internet.
According to Greg Writer, CEO of Children’s Educational Network, the company designed and developed this software with a patriotic theme and content to honor our country, pay tribute to the members of our armed forces and help the dependent children of our fallen military heroes.
“We were inspired to develop this unique product that protects children from the perils of the Internet as we became affiliated with the Sean Hannity Freedom Concert,” said Writer.
The TUKI Freedom Browser software is another member to the TUKI family of kid safe software. The uniqueness of this version is its patriotic theme with content that educates children about our country’s history and the sacrifices our men and women in uniform went through to secure our freedom.
Like other TUKI software releases, the proprietary browser protects children from online predators, pornography, hate, violence and drugs and offers educational experience as well. As such, it is much more than a simple Internet filter.
To claim their free software, military families need to go to http://www.TukiFreedomBrowser.com, purchase an annual membership for $47, and then email their receipt and proof of active military service back. A rebate equal to the purchase price will be immediately processed to their credit card.
“Now we can protect children from the perils of the Internet and support the men, women and children who have given us our freedom! This new product educates kids about our heritage, our past and present Presidents, our armed forces, and our war heroes within an exciting patriotic environment,” said Writer.
To kick off this new Military Gift program, Children’s Educational Network gave over 8,000 copies of the TUKI Freedom Browser to the attendees of the Hannity Freedom Concert on August 2nd, many of whom are current or past members of the armed forces.
The TUKI Freedom Browser (http://www.TukiFreedomBrowser.com) utilizes unique technology that allows children to surf only safe, parent-approved, child-appropriate websites, which is the safest and most reliable method according to industry experts. The browser also has a function called the “Internet Protection Module™” that prevents children from surfing the web with an unprotected browser, once the TUKI Freedom Browser.
The technology allows parents a great deal of personalization, permitting them to customize the browsers interaction with their children and tailor their Internet experience. The product works with any Internet Service Provider and is built on the Microsoft Windows Operating System and Internet Explorer platform.
About Children’s Educational Network:
Children’s Educational Network (CEN) is building the premier, online community for children –The Ultimate Kids’ Internet” ™ or “TUKI” ™ – specifically designed to provide a safe, fun and educational Internet experience for kids only accessible through CEN’s TUKI Internet Browser software that includes parental controls. Through its multiple cartoon themes that appeal to kids of various ages and gender, TUKI offers fun, educational content that inspires and motivates children in a positive manner. The software accelerates a child’s education and exploration of the Internet in an entertaining manner, while protecting them from online predators, pornography, hate, violence, drugs and inappropriate content on the Internet. CEN offers its basic TUKI Kid Safe Internet Browser for free and additional premium content at a small monthly or annual subscription charge. Other companies and organizations can participate in protecting kids on the Internet, expand their brand to the desktop and build customer loyalty by co-branding or offering their own private labeled TUKI Internet browser built on CEN’s technology. More information is available at http://www.ChildrensEducationalNetwork.com, 760-233-2863.
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