With so many Internet-connected devices in each family home, implementing effective parental controls has become more difficult. WebCurfew, a web-based parental control service connects to the home router to give parents a way to manage their children’s excessive Internet usage with the click of a button.
According to a recent
“Parents buy their children the latest tech gadgets without considering how easily they can connect to the Internet at any time,” said
The free WebCurfew service allows parents to easily see which devices are connected to the Internet through their home router. Typical parental controls are device-centric and require parents to essentially be IT pros and download, install, configure and management software on the device itself. However, with WebCurfew there is no software to download. By simply clicking a button on a website, parents can turn Internet access off or on to individual devices in the home – like a virtual light switch.
“As Internet-enabled devices become more common – especially as holiday gifts – parents realize their teenagers or young children are feeling more entitled to access the Internet at home whenever they want,” added
Using WebCurfew, parents no longer have to worry about getting their children the latest tech gadgets this holiday season. WebCurfew offers parents a sense of comfort in knowing their children are using the Internet in moderation.
To learn more about WebCurfew, visit http://www.webcurfew.com.
WebCurfew supports more than 100 consumer-based routers from today’s most popular brand name manufacturers, and is adding new routers every day. For more information about WebCurfew, visit http://www.webcurfew.com.
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