Innovative Technology Combats Growing Online Porn Problem

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Tribinium Corporation announced today, the launch of its new Internet Image blocking software, SeeNoEvil. SeeNoEvil is designed to protect children and families from exposure to Internet pornography.

Tribinium Corporation announced today, the launch of its radically new Internet Image blocking software, SeeNoEvil. SeeNoEvil is designed to protect children and families from unwanted exposure to Internet pornography and graphic language. This revolutionary software effectively blocks objectionable content on up to five computers in a household while still allowing each user access to Web sites.

"Internet content filters leak pornography," said Richard B. Maring, founder and CEO of Tribinium. "New and unknown sites can get through even the latest filters and expose children to unwanted images. SeeNoEvil is designed to give content control back to the parents where it belongs. Our product renders these new or unknown images harmless, so parents can be confident their children are fully protected."

SeeNoEvil works because it differs from Internet filters that are location-based. Filtering technology is incapable of keeping pace with the thousands of new, unknown pornographic sites launched every day.

In contrast, SeeNoEvil uses image-blocking technology. It is capable of protecting families from unknown images, which may contain objectionable content. At specified security settings, parents have the discretion to unblock -- at various gradations -- the blocked images. In addition, SeeNoEvil monitors computer user time and keystrokes, has changeable time limit options per user and provides reporting functionality. There is no limit to the number of individual user accounts a family may create.

"SeeNoEvil allows parents to use their personal discretion when it comes to what images their children view, thereby allowing families to safely visit all Web sites," said Michael LaFeldt, Tribinium president. "SeeNoEvil protects 'heart-ware vs. hardware' for every member of the family, taking care to protect the family in addition to the family computer. This approach embraces Internet safety by making it personal - it's tailor-made because it places controls over every image that's seen on the Internet into the hands of the parents, where it belongs."

A SeeNoEvil downloadable subscription is available for an annual fee of $39.95 for up to five computers within the same household, and includes free upgrades and technical support.

Tribinium Corporation was established in 2004 to protect children and families from online pornography and objectionable language. What started as a small business has grown into a successful company acknowledged for its pioneering technology and steadfast commitment to values. Headquartered in Hudsonville, Mich., Tribinium has charged itself with protecting innocence online. For more information, visit http://www.SeeNoEvil.com.

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