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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.

Protect Your Family With Net Nanny Today! 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.

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


Internet Filter Reviews

5 stars
Net Nanny

NET 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

4.5 stars
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

4 stars
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

3.5 stars
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.
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3 stars
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.
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1 star
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.
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Kosher Internet: A Niche, But Necessary Market for Ultra-Orthodox Jews

While packs of yeshiva boys would sneak into town, crowding internet cafes to watch soccer or porn, or merely to cruise the web-the secular world only a click away-Jonathan hacked his school's internet filters blocking certain websites in the name of ...

Published:  Sat, 08 Oct 2016 09:31:00 GMT

John Himanen joins Ontario PC nomination race for Markham-Stouffville

Himanen is a longtime community activist and parental rights advocate, having lobbied for stronger Internet filters at York Region schools. The new candidate is holding a community "meet and greet" on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 2 to 3 p.m. in the second ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Oct 2016 09:59:00 GMT

Limiting public info a tough call

At issue: Law enforcement officials suggested that Internet filters would be a good thing on public computers at Watertown Regional Library. Reluctantly, we have to agree. Unfortunately, all of us already know the answer: no. To recap the story and the ...

Published:  Mon, 10 Oct 2016 07:47:00 GMT

Can Free Speech and Internet Filters Co-Exist?

The British government and the blogging site Tumblr are both cracking down on porn this summer. But their crackdowns are blocking more than porn, like social networking sites and posts about gay and lesbian issues. The filter in Britain is even being ...

Published:  Sun, 18 Aug 2013 17:00:00 GMT

Arguments for and against Internet Filters in schools

A common problem that is discussed on Twitter between educators is that they don't have full access to the Internet due to a filter installed either at their school or at the district level in their area. There are a number of arguments for and against ...

Published:  Tue, 06 Jul 2010 17:00:00 GMT

How to Bypass Internet Filters Easily

Wondering how to escape web filters? Well, you can quite easily do that by tricking or cleverly overriding the content control software that's employed to restrict your web access. Read on to know how to bypass Internet filters easily. This article is for ...

Published:  Mon, 01 Aug 2016 17:00:00 GMT

Censors Near You

In "Fencing out Knowledge: Impacts of CIPA 10 Years Later," a study found that "half of all libraries with Internet filters received requests from adult patrons to unblock the filters for legitimate purposes."[1] To have or not to have ...

Published:  Fri, 14 Oct 2016 12:56:00 GMT




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