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ATLANTA, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- InternetSafety.com announced today that Dr. Laura Schlessinger, the high-profile talk radio host whose program reaches approximately 9 million listeners weekly, will recommend the company's Safe Eyes family Internet filtering software to help parents protect children from inappropriate online content and contact. The software automatically blocks children's access to objectionable websites on PCs and Macs as well as on the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

Schlessinger's internationally syndicated radio program is aired on stations around the country, heard on Sirius/XM Radio, and streamed on the Internet and podcast via StreamLink. Through the show she offers advice for personal, work and familial problems with a focus on morals, values and ethics. She also writes a monthly column for NewsMax and a daily blog (www.drlaurablog.com), and posts videos weekly on The Dr. Laura YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/drlaura).

"Parents have an obligation to shield their children from disturbing as well as potentially damaging online content, from websites that deal with pornography, gambling or drug use to the latest episode of 'Desperate Housewives'," Schlessinger said. "Having a tool like Safe Eyes makes it possible to maintain a wholesome online environment and enforce strong family values."

Safe Eyes allow parents to block objectionable websites in their choice of 35 categories as well as by URL and keyword. The software also allows parents to limit length and timing of Internet use, block or record instant messenger chats, limit email use to certain addresses, detect the posting of inappropriate or personal information on social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, and more. It works with multiple Internet browsers including Firefox, Chrome and Safari. A single $49.95 annual subscription covers up to three Mac and/or PC computers with the ability to customize settings for each child and enforce them on any machine.

Safe Eyes Mobile, the first filtering-enabled Internet browser for the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, provides similar functionality. It blocks inappropriate pages while giving users full access to the rest of the Web and retaining the pinch and tap zoom, bookmarks and built-in Google search of the built-in Safari browser. It also syncs with the home version of Safe Eyes, enabling profiles and settings to follow a user from desktop to iPhone to iPad. Safe Eyes Mobile is available through the Apple App Store for $19.99 per device.

About InternetSafety.com

InternetSafety.com has been a leading provider of web filtering solutions for consumers and businesses since 1999. The company's flagship software, Safe Eyes, is the two-time recipient of the PC Magazine Editors' Choice Award, earned a separate Editor's Choice Award from LAPTOP Magazine, and was rated as the #1 parental control solution by America's leading consumer advocacy publication. Other products include Safe Eyes Mobile, the first family-safe browser for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad; EtherShield, a network-level solution offering plug-and-play Internet filtering for business environments; and Safe Eyes Business, an end-point filtering service for businesses of any size. The company's products are used by customers in more than 150 countries. The company also supplies the technology for McAfee® Family Protection online safety software. For more information, visit www.internetsafety.com.

SOURCE InternetSafety.com

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