Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Microsoft to offer free parental Web monitoring - Yahoo! News

Microsoft to offer free parental Web monitoring - Yahoo! News: "Microsoft plans to roll out Windows Live Family Safety Settings in the summer, which will allow parents to filter Web sites and receive reports to see what their children are doing online.
The company also plans to eventually allow parents to control who communicates with their children over e-mail, instant messaging and in their blogs.
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The software giant already offers a similar service under its subscription-based MSN premium, but Microsoft said customers are increasingly asking for the service to be free."

Cool -- these features are the primary reason I pay $99.95/year for MSN Premium today...
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