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CyberSitter 2001

CyberSitter offers the tightest protection and requires the least parental intervention but can be difficult to use. For an easier filter, choose Net Nanny.

By June 12, 2001

3 stars Editors' rating June 12, 2001

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Cybersitter suit accuses China, PC makers of software piracy

Lawsuit alleges that Sony, Toshiba, Lenovo, and others distributed millions of copies of pirated Web filtering software at the behest of the Chinese government.

By January 5, 2010


U.S. law firm behind China piracy suit targeted in attacks

It's unknown whether an e-mail attack targeted at firm's lawyers is related to the mid-December attacks on Google and other companies that also originated in China.

By January 13, 2010


Behind the China attacks on Google (FAQ)

Here's what is known and what is not known about the China-related attacks on Google and the other Silicon Valley companies.

By January 13, 2010


Week in review: Gaga for gadgets

Google, Microsoft, and even Apple make fresh plays to command the attention of consumers' wallets. Also: France to tax Google?

By January 8, 2010


Glubble: The nannybrowser

New service combines a "social network" for families with a locked-down, safer browser.

By September 25, 2008


Finnish government blacklists 'free speech' site

After programmer in Finland discovers and publishes part of a secret blacklist of supposedly illegal sites, the government adds his Web site to the list.

By February 18, 2008


No booze or jokes for Googlers in China

In its move to comply with Chinese laws, the search giant filters out a wide range of sites beyond those critical of Beijing.

By January 26, 2006


iPod porn pains parents, employers

Attorney Eric. J. Sinrod says the potential for iPod pornography is no longer a theoretical exercise.

November 16, 2005


Google's chastity belt too tight

Despite claims of "advanced proprietary technology," the search giant's opt-in porn filter proves no better than the primitive tools of the last decade, blocking many harmless sites, a CNET News.com investigation shows.

By April 23, 2004