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What is the best Internet Filter? Internet Filters are more important now than ever. One of the very first things to make its way to the Internet was pornography and other offensive content. Because pornography companies are privately held, nobody knows for sure how much revenue the porn industry generates. However, estimates range from $5 billion to as much as $97 billion per year, with a social cost much higher than that.

It might be surprising to know that websites displaying porn get more traffic than Amazon, Netflix, and Twitter combined. Every week there are thousands of new porn sites created, with a nearly uncountable number of porn sites today. The best internet filters can block these sites, because this is a problem that is not going away anytime soon.

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$34.95 - Buy one license, get two additional free

$66.00 - Buy three licenses, get three additional free

$176.00 - Buy eight licenses, get four additional free

The iProtectYou Pro Web Filter product landing page appears quite dated by modern website design standards and the site as a whole has a few spelling and grammatical errors, so it is hard to discern at first glance whether the software has been abandoned or is still a functional and useful tool.

Digging deeper into the software changes list, we found that the latest 8.8 version changes were dated September 21, 2011. It is hard to imagine that any Internet filtering software can go so long without some type of bug fix or content filtering criteria update.

Nevertheless, the site offers a 14-day trial and 30-day money back guarantee with free technical support. If, in spite of the apparent lack of updates, you want to try it to see if it works for you, be sure to contact support first and ensure that they are still in business and are available to help you.

Due to the outdated changes list and the old design of the site, this software is not recommended. Look to another, higher rated vendor.

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Fortunately, internet filter programs exist to keep objectionable content away from innocent children. These programs each have a unique way of dealing with this difficult challenge.

There are a number of factors to consider when shopping for an internet filter. Some of these include:

  • Features. Can you only block websites? What about blocking or filtering email, file-sharing services, and chat rooms? Most of all, are they easy to use and difficult for children to circumvent?
  • Support. Look for as much support as you can get: toll-free phone service, chat, and email support taking no longer than 3 days from beginning to resolution.
  • Cost. Look out for services that charge you a fee to answer your questions. Pay attention to the full cost of the software and keep an eye on the number of months or years you're subscribing to. has reviewed and ranked the best internet filters available today. We hope this information helps you protect you and your family right away!

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