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  • Free Norton online family safety and monitoring software

    https://onlinefamily.norton.com/fami.../loginStart.fs

    Norton apparently just released a service called "OnlineFamily.Norton". Here's the Symantec.com press release. And, here's a Google News search. From the official OnlineFamily.Norton website:

    Originally posted by https://onlinefamily.norton.com/
    • Shows what your kids are doing online.
    • Sets age-appropriate 'rules' for every child in your family.
    • Helps you talk to your kids about safe online behavior.
    What's the catch? Wellll... it's free until January 01, 2010. How much will it cost at that point? I don't know. I didn't see that infomation nor did I mine for data very diligently. Enjoy!



    P.S. Isn't that one of the most awkward product names ever??
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  • #2
    Re: Free Norton online family safety and monitoring software

    Norton? Wouldnt touch it if they PAID me for it
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Free Norton online family safety and monitoring software

      Me too, but then an end user sitting at home who doesn't know what they are doing may be better off with it to protect their kids/pc?
      Better than nothing? (just)?
      cheers
      Andy

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