Create ‘Protected’ Best Free Email with Mousemail.com
Source: Wizard Journal By ABMN Staff
The Internet is not a safe place at all, there are many sick minded people on the web who are always trying to make the most ‘illegally’ off loop holes. For them, young audience, teenagers and young kids are always easy targets.
If you don’t have Best Free Email for your kids, then you are not risking them to just marketing spam but a potential life threatening web experience.
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Press Release: MouseMail Family Social Network Pledges Privacy Protection
Source: American Banking and Marketing News By ABMN Staff
MouseMail.com, the social network for kids that parents can monitor, has rewritten its terms of service to assure families their privacy is protected, according to a School Safety Partners bulletin released today.
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Now open for registration in version Beta MouseMail.com
Source: NBC DFW By Edwin
You know how it is with the number of psychos around in those days, who can not just wait to jump on children with any luck, and with the advent of the Internet, it has become a lot easier to do. Well, this does not mean companies there are unable to find a way to stop the rot – MouseMail.com might be able to intervene and help.
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Software Filters Cyberbullying Messages Sent to Kids
Source: NBC DFW By Amanda Fitzpatrick
A North Texas teenager who was bullied said she hopes new software can help other kids.
Mouse Mail filters inappropriate or derogatory words sent by e-mail or text message and on social networking sites. The program diverts such messages from the child and instead forwards them to the parent.
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MouseMail filtering program traps kids’ cyberbullies
Source: USA Today By Mike Snider
Parents will soon have a formidable new weapon in the war against cyberbullying, sexting and other inappropriate messages sent to their kids.
A free filtering program will let parents track both questionable e-mails and cellphone text messages.
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CES update: Can Mousemail.com make the Internet a safer place for children?
Source: Forbes By Bob Egan
So, while many companies at CES are talking about a smarter life through technology, I have to stop for a minute and ask, “How will all these high-tech gadgets impact the safety of our kids?” Is there any way that we can help them grow up reaping the benefits of technology without compromising their security?
One company, Mousemail.com, is tackling this issue head-on.
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