Safe Email for Kids

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Up until 2008, it was hard for some parents to keep their children safe while surfing the internet. With all the forms of harassment towards our kids, pornographic pop ups, children signing up to social networks for cyber bullying, online predators and spam emails with sexual content flooding all adult and children e-mail accounts alike, it has become almost a miracle to keep our children safe. This finally called the attention of the house of congress, where the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act, established the Online Safety Technology Working Group (OSTWG). A panel consisting of 29 representatives from Internet companies, academia, non-profits and government to study and report on how to best protect kids online. In April, the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced the appointments.

Sites like and, are non-profit Internet safety places where Children and Parents will obtain valuable tips for online surfing and the latest terms for the most recent forms of electronic harassment. One great feature of these services available is that they don't only limit themselves to talk about internet surfing/browsing. It also informs of other types of harassment that doesn't necessarily take place online.

Realistically speaking though, is almost impossible for us the parents to shadow our children in everything they do. To walk them through every single page in the internet they visit and even some of the parental controls software available do the complete opposite of protecting our children. Some are very generic reports that keep us informed of the sites our children visit and very few warn us about harmful e-mail contents. is the best solution currently available to monitor the type of information your kids are exchanging and whom with! This service prevents spam, vulgarities, obscenities, and even viruses from ever coming close to your child. One of the best features I've found is the ability to edit whether a child receives images, or whether he/she is only receiving e-mail from people he/she is in contact with, and also allows you to unauthorize emails with links. is great for all ages from toddlers to teens. It introduces the younger audience to a completely safe online environment while they are introduced to technology. Equally great for the slightly oldest children, who are already experienced in the IT world and know the basics of internet browsing. They will be able to enjoy their internet time more without feeling at risk. Parents are able to intercept the emails and choose to approve or disapprove the content of such while teaching their children how to protect themselves from the internet attacks for their range.

Children will enjoy because the freedom that it offers and the sense of in dependability is simply priceless. Compared with today's e-mail companies the amount of e-mails children receive through this site are considerably less and easier to browse through. Best of all, this is a free 30-day trial service! It doesn't require credit card information until the 30 days are up.

Can you put a price on the safety of your kids? href="">KidsEmail is one very important step to keeping Safety Internet for Kids. Our goal is to give parents the tools to protect their kids in a manner that is simple and effective.

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