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|27th January 2009, 17:39||#1|
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Help Protect Your Children with Windows Live Family Safety Filter
Protecting children from inappropriate web content can be a daunting task. On one hand you want the children to gain computer technology skills for this modern age, and on the other hand you don't want them to be exposed to things they shouldn't.
Thankfully there are free tools out there like the previously covered Open DNS that we can use to help keep them safe. Today we will take a look at the Family Safety Filter from Microsoft, part of the Windows Live Essentials Pack.
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