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March 10, 2009 By Optenet

Optenet Web Filter PC

Manage your family's Internet environment. Block pornography, drugs, violence and other Internet content children should not access....

August 15, 2010 by

Greens lift lid on cyber-safety policy

The Australian Greens has released its own cyber-safety policy to rival that of the two major parties, with the central planks being an obligation for internet service providers (ISPs) to offer PC or modem-based filtering technology to customers, stronger cybercrime law enforcement and better research and education in the field.

February 7, 2008 by

RIAA chief calls for infringement filters on PCs: not with MY PC, you don't!!

The Internet and free-speech advocacy group Public Knowledge has posted a video clip from the State of the Net Conference put on by the Advisory Committee to the Congressional Internet Caucus.During the clip, RIAA president Cary Sherman appears to be calling for some type of infringing content filter placed on consumer's PCs or on networking devices that would thwart infringing content.

March 15, 2007 by

Coonan's PC porn filter six months late

Australians are not likely to get government-provided free online content filters for their PCs until June this year at the earliest, some six months after initially stipulated. In June 2006, Communications Minister Senator Helen Coonan responded to a high level of community concern about offensive content available online (particularly pornography) by launching the National Filter Scheme -- a three-year, AU$93.

December 15, 2005 By NetFilter

NetFilter PC

NetFilter Family is the pioneer Web content filter on Brazil. It was especially developed for all families. With it, parents can leave...

March 20, 2006 by

Coonan backs PC-based porn filters

Communications and IT Minister Senator Helen Coonan has attacked Labor's election policy of forcing Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to filter Internet content, backing instead PC-based filtering technology. Under Labor's new policy, announced today by Opposition Leader Kim Beazley, the nation's communications regulator could ban Web sites containing graphic sexual or violent material rated R or higher.

August 19, 2005 by

Block off the old chips: here comes a single-chip VoIP handset solution

VoIP wireless handset sales are filtering down from mainly systems-integrator enterprise distribution and use to the shelves of consumer electronics retailers. To achieve major penetration, and really kick-start a move away from today's phone-router-PC model, VoIP handset prices need to come down to the point that they won't be a separate ticket item.

June 6, 2001 by

Handspring offers trade-in program

In another sign that the PC price war is filtering down to handheld computers, Handspring on Thursday announced a new rebate program on its latest model. As earlier reported, consumers will receive a $100 rebate on the $399 Visor Edge, the sleek, high-powered model Handspring introduced in March, with a trade-in of almost any PDA (personal digital assistant) from Handspring or any of its competitors.


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