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WebWatcher Rated New #1 by PC Magazine
June 6th, 2011

WebWatcher has been rated and reviewed the Top Parental Monitoring Software by PC Magazine for 2011. Neil Rubenking, Lead Analyst for Security at pcmag.com, named WebWatcher Editors’ Choice and highlighted the cloud-based online functionality as a key component for excelling in the industry.

“WebWatcher stores its log data online, so parents can view the logs from any Web-equipped PC. Spector Pro only offers remote viewing from another computer on the local network, and PC Pandora requires a monthly subscription to get reports online…The fact that all configuration and reporting takes place online pushes WebWatcher over the top, making it our new Editor’s Choice for parental monitoring software.”

As consumers become more and more used to accessing their information from anywhere, this built-in feature of WebWatcher will feel very natural. Don’t feel limited when trying to keep your children and family safe ― view all activity instantly online without restriction.

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Should Parents Be Punished If Their Kids Are Caught Sexting
May 16th, 2011

WebWatcher’s hope is that this never becomes an issue for parents. It is important today more than ever for parents to talk to their children about what is appropriate content to share with their friends online or via text messages, and what isn’t appropriate communication between their fellow peers. Parents should convey the dangers in a non-pedantic way to their children, so that it’s clear that this kind of behavior can have serious ramifications.

Check out this quick video debate on whether Parents should be punished if their kids are caught sexting, and if this should be made a law or not.

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Timeline of U.S. Child Protection Laws
October 3rd, 2010

A Brief Timeline Of US Laws Attempting To Protect Children

With the instances of sending sexual pictures or messages on the web becoming greater and greater each day, what exactly is our government doing about it? The US has extremely strict anti-child pornography laws in place, but it is questionable as to whether or not they truly protect our children on the web. The only way to be sure of what your son or daughter is doing on the internet is to take action with the use of remote computer monitoring software, or key logger. The usage of this type of computer program is the only way to make sure of what your child is doing online and whether or not your computer has child pornography on it or not.

Here is a timeline of the laws currently in place:

February 1996 – Communications Decency Act: makes it a crime to display indecent material on the internet in a manner available to children under the age of 18. This law was a good attempt but it is criticized as being too vague and broad. The Supreme Court then in 1997 declares this law unconstitutional.

October 1998 – Children’s Online Protection Act: Establishes fines up to $50,000 for placing material that is “harmful to minors” within the easy reach of kids on the internet. However, this law has never gone into effect because the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia struck it down twice, on both broad and fairly narrow grounds. Then, a later ruling on June 29, 2004 by the Supreme Court said that the law likely violates the First Amendment (this was after considering the case 3 times).

October 1998 - Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act: this law requires commercial Web sites that are aimed at children to obtain parental permission before collecting personal information, such as names, addresses, phone numbers or Social Security numbers, from children under the age of 13.

2000 - Children’s Internet Protection Act: this law required schools and libraries to install internet filtering as a condition of federal funding. On May 31, 2002, a panel of federal appeals judges ruled the law violates the First Amendment and would restrict substantial amounts of protected speech. In the end it was reinstated on appeal to the Supreme Court in 2003.

As you can see, there are many hurdles to trying to pass laws which protect our children. The use of remote computer monitoring software, or key logger software doesn’t have as many hurdles associated with it though, making it a desirable choice for parents across America.

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How To Monitor My Employees: The Ultimate Corporate Protection
July 30th, 2010

Using a keystroke logger to monitor your company isn’t something you have always had the option to do. In fact, while keylogger programs have existed for some time now, only recently has someone developed one so advanced that it is practical for everyday use in the office. Before our program, monitoring a computer usually was a cumbersome task; you couldn’t view what was recorded remotely, and you didn’t necessarily have a good way to sift through the information – you just literally have everything that happened on the computer. With the genius at WebWatcherNow.com though, we have created the ultimate program to help you protect yourself and your company.

Why is our program able to do this? To begin with, our programmers have created a proprietary “Alert Word” filtering system. This means that you can have our monitoring software filter for specific keywords or phrases. If you wanted to prioritize for certain activities you know shouldn’t be happening at work, or to try and pick up on people talking about leaving work early, you can create a whole battery of phrases you think apply to your company and to your workforce. With our system you will be able to see instances of it appearing in transcripts and in screenshots from all of the Word/Excel documents, websites visited, emails, instant message chats, and video/pictures viewed.

The reason our keystroke logger is the superior answer to corporate monitoring concerns is that unlike our competition, we offer completely remote monitoring. You can monitor your company and what is going on from anywhere in the world. Make updates to Alert Word filters and even block websites on the fly. Perhaps your employees waste a lot of time on Facebook, or just non-work related websites. Regardless of the circumstances you can block any and all websites you deem inappropriate to be viewing at work. The users will only receive generic error messages when you try and access blocked websites, leaving them curious but unsuspecting that they are being monitored.

If you still aren’t sure if this kind of software can help you protect your company, remember that it is a completely stealth keylogger developed by our ex-NSA programmers to be 100% invisible. Your employees won’t have a hint they are being watched and even if they did, they won’t be able to find or remove the keylogger. With nothing left after installation in the Program Files, Registry, System Tray, Desktop, or even Add/Remove Programs, we guarantee your anonymity.

Start protecting your company today with our premiere software! Visit our website to read more or buy directly at WebWatcherNow.com

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