TopConsumerReviews.com
      May 26, 2017

Home  >  Internet Filters

Best

Internet Filters

  1. Safe Eyes
  2. Cyber Patrol
  3. B Secure
  4. I Protect You
  5. PC Tattletale

Your Information Is Secure
FBI Report: A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety Newsletter

Latest Reviews

Book Clubs

Class Rings

Credit Card Consolidation

Installment Loans

Greek Lessons

Home Safes

Home Theater Seating

Party Planning

Used Cars

Web Hosting

 

 

 

 

 

Get Your Chef-Prepared Meals at Home Bistro Today!

Disclosure: We pay our reviewers for their reviews. We are not compensated by companies for their reviews, but we are compensated for links and advertisements on our website. Click here for details.

Internet Filters Better Business Bureau Reliability Seal

Best Internet Filters

Internet Filters are needed now more than ever before. Since the dawn of the internet, pornography and other potentially offensive material has made its presence felt. Today, porn is a $10 billion industry, greater than the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball - combined.

Over two million porn sites exist on the internet today, with 2,500 new ones added each week. And with all the other violent and offensive websites out there, the problem is not going to get better anytime soon.

Continue reading below reviews

2017

Internet Filter Reviews

5 stars
Net Nanny

NET NANNYTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Net Nanny, formerly Content Protect, is an excellent internet filter. It's simple to install and operate, and offers the utmost in protection and features for children surfing the internet. Highly customizable and great for families, Net Nanny receives our highest rating.
Read More... Visit
Site

4.5 stars
Safe Eyes

SAFE EYES

Safe Eyes is a server-based internet filter, which means it works with any ISP and browser, anywhere in the world. Ease of use and strong filtering abilities give this product high marks. Read More... Visit
Site

4 stars
Cyber Patrol

CYBER PATROL

Cyber Patrol is a powerful and feature-rich internet filter. However, we feel it's best for those who are already computer savvy.
Read More... Visit
Site

3.5 stars
B Secure

B SECURE

B Secure is another server-based internet filter, meaning objectionable material is never even delivered to your pc. Its tamper-proof service reporting and customizable features makes it a great product for families.
Read More... Visit
Site

3 stars
I Protect You

I PROTECT YOU

Although the website, and the program's interface, could use some updating, nevertheless this is a good internet filter with some interesting options.
Read More... Visit
Site

1 star
PC Tattletale

PC TATTLETALE

PC Tattletale is an appropriate name for this product, because that is exactly what is does. Some of the verbiage is even a little insulting to good kids.
Read More... Visit
Site

Continued from above

Against this backdrop, internet filter programs work hard to block objectionable material from innocent eyes. Each offers a unique approach or feature set to meet this pervasive challenge.

When evaluating the different internet filter programs, there are certain factors you want to consider. Some of these include

  • Features. Does the internet filter only block websites? Can it also filter chatrooms, emails, and file-sharing services?
  • Support. Support for internet filters range from toll-free telephone service to 3-day email answers. Make sure you understand the level of commitment you're signing up for.
  • Cost. Pay attention to the full cost of the internet filter program; some services may make you pay to answer your questions.

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best internet filters available today. We hope this information helps you protect you and your family right away!

Internet filters coming soon to public library

Watertown Regional Library will likely have an internet content filter installed for its patrons near the end of the month. On Monday night, the Watertown City Council agreed to formally request the Library Board accept a bid package for a maximum $8,300 ...

Published:  Wed, 17 May 2017 09:15:00 GMT



China's Great Firewall Leaves Google With a Dry Stream During Man-vs.-Machine Showdown

On social media, Chinese Go fans expressed disappointment that the matches weren't live-streamed on sites they could view without using virtual private networks, or VPNs, that can circumvent the country's strict internet filters, known as the Great Firewall.

Published:  Tue, 23 May 2017 06:08:00 GMT



Study casts doubt on whether internet filters in the home protect teenagers online

A new study finds no link between household internet filters and the likelihood of the teenagers in those households being better protected from unpleasant online material. Internet filters are widely used in homes, schools and libraries throughout the UK ...

Published:  Tue, 14 Mar 2017 07:31:18 GMT



Are Your Children Circumventing Internet Filters?

I don't have children, nor do I expect (or want) to have them anytime soon. However, as a kid who grew up in the Internet age, I know how easy it is to get around web filters. As a matter of fact, my main vice was getting around the school "protection ...

Published:  Thu, 31 Jan 2013 08:03:38 GMT



Internet filters will NOT protect your children from watching pornography and violence online

Internet filters may not shield schoolchildren from bad experiences, because they can get online using smartphones instead. The first UK study on filters has found teenagers whose parents have them still see adult, frightening videos and comments that ...

Published:  Tue, 14 Mar 2017 01:12:00 GMT



School's internet filters not good enough, mother says

You can imagine what popped up. The computer teacher saw the images and wrote up the little girl. Martinez inquired about the Internet filters at school. "They said sometimes they don't work so good," said Martinez. "I expect a guarantee that my daughter ...

Published:  Thu, 29 Jan 2015 14:38:06 GMT



China Cuts Mobile Service of Xinjiang Residents Evading Internet Filters

HONG KONG - The Chinese government is shutting down the mobile service of residents in Xinjiang who use software that lets them circumvent Internet filters, escalating an already aggressive electronic surveillance strategy in the country's fractious ...

Published:  Tue, 24 Nov 2015 09:15:01 GMT



Share Us!    Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Twitter Share TopConsumerReviews.com on LinkedIn Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Google+ Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Pinterest

Home      About Us      Terms & Conditions      Privacy Policy      Contact Us      Disclosure