Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 12, 2006
An alarming and staggering 595,682 online searches every single day for child pornography and related material by pedophiles is shocking and disturbing. Enraged by these numbers, a local Internet marketer (Victor Kimura), has launched the website Children-Internet-Safety.com. The website is positioned to help stem the rise of child pornography online and to help parents protect their children from online pedophiles.
There are just too many pedophiles lying in wait to snare and lure your children into the child sex market.
The term "lolitas videos hardcore" was searched 8,049 times and the term "naked teens" was searched 6,529 times on Google just in the last 24 hours and Google accounts for only half of all the searches online. Double these numbers to account for the rest of the search engines including Yahoo and MSN.
There seems to be no end in site for the demand of child pornography. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's (NCMEC) congressionally mandated CyberTipline stated received reports of child pornography have risen dramatically to almost 500 percent in just over a short four-year period. Overwhelmingly, there were 21,603 reports of child pornography in 2001 and then a steady yet disturbingly substantial increase to 106,176 reports in 2004.
Children-Internet-Safety.com has a safe, email subscription to enable visitors to download a free, easy-to-read guide to keep children safer online. The guide describes the benefits and risks of the Internet to children and easy tips to implement for their safety. Within the book, there are several, useful resources to websites containing more information and help for victimized children and their families.
Some basic measures every parent needs to implement are installing a good Internet child-monitoring program and an anti-Spyware and Internet security program. Children still need good parental guidance and rules to manage their Internet activities just in the same way they need to be supervised for their extracurricular activies such as soccer or piano lessons. All the software in the world cannot replace actual parental monitoring.
Children-Internet-Safety.com was started by Victor Kimura, a web designer and marketer, to help parents learn the fundamentals of good, online safety measures that they can readily and easily implement. He has been working in the computer industry for over ten years. Victor previously owned Gaia Computers in Vancouver, BC a small business servicing and repairing computers for families to ensure parents and children were protected and safer online.
For more information please visit http://www.children-internet-safety.com or call (604) 218-8935.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children