9 Results for

cybersitter

Review

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

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Corel releases new WordPerfect pack

Corel has begun selling the WordPerfect Family Pack 3, a collection of software for home computing. Applications in the pack include the Task Manager for organizing projects, WordPerfect 9 for word processing, Quattro Pro 9 for spreadsheets, Corel Print House 5 for graphic design, Corel Photo House 5 for editing pictures and creating artwork, Cybersitter 2000 for filtering Internet content, Compton's Interactive World Atlas, Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing 11 and McAfee VirusScan. The pack costs $99.

By August 3, 2001

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Group unveils program to disable Web filters

Anti-filtering group Peacefire says porn-blocking Web filters from Net Nanny, CyberSitter and five other companies can be disabled with its program.

By December 18, 2000

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Cybersitter's dirty mouth wipes out Web site

Just because life is moving online doesn't mean human nature will change.

September 22, 1997

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Filter seeks to block banner ads

Solid Oak, maker of the Cybersitter filtering software, is introducing a tool to its 1.2 million customers that blocks banner ads.

February 12, 1998

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Net filter firm under fire

Makers of the Net filtering program Cybersitter are being accused of email-bombing a critic of their controversial product.

February 6, 1998

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Short Take: Software to control time online

Solid Oak Software, publishers of Cybersitter filtering software, have released Cybertimer Internet access control software. Cybertimer lets parents specify a maximum amount of time a child can spend online on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis, as well as a specific time period when access will be allowed.

August 27, 1997

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Net porn filter logs activity

Solid Oak Software's CYBERsitter Lite content filter will be included in WorldWide Online's Internet access service. A free, ten-day trial version of the software is available at the Solid Oak Web site.

January 19, 1996