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Protect Your Family with Net Nanny #31DaysOfGifts #Giveaway

Dads everywhere are working hard to support their families and even harder to protect them from the on-line threats that come with this day and age.  What happens in the privacy of a cell phone or computer can affect everyone in the family.

Net Nanny is here to help busy parents protect their children while still allowing them to use the advantages of on-line research and games.

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Did you know?

  • That most kids are first exposed to porn at less than 11 years of age?

  • That an unsolicited image is the beginning of a long battle with porn addiction?

  • That 1 in 5 children ages 10-17 have been approached for sex online?

  • That 57% of kids have accidentally accessed inappropriate material online?

  • That 75% of these young people do not tell their parents about these incidents?

  • That the porn industry makes more money annually than Facebook, Google, Microsoft, eBay, NetFlix, and Amazon combined?

  • That unprotected Internet access can lead to identity theft, cyber bullying, and social network dangers?

Net Nanny uses proprietary technology that can remove offensive material (according to settings that you can adjust).  Net Nanny can also notify you via e-mail if your child visits inappropriate sites.  You set the controls so that you can give access to certain games and websites according to each user, so younger children cannot access the same sites as older children.

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Wouldn’t every Dad want to feel like they are protecting their children from the harsh on-line world?


TWO (2) Mommy Moment readers will WIN a Net Nanny software!  This is a $39.99 value for one year on one computer.

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us if you have children who are a part of the online world (Facebook, twitter, other websites, etc.)

(All #31DaysOfGifts giveaways will run exactly 3 weeks.  Winners will have 72 hours to claim their prizes)

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The #31DaysOfGifts is an event run in conjunction with our yearly Christmas Gift Guide.  These posts are features of products and do not depict our regular writing style.  Items received for Gift Guide features are donated to local charity.

Elaine Jasvins

Wednesday 1st of January 2014

I have 3 children, all are teens. This would be a great way to monitor them.


Wednesday 1st of January 2014

i have 2 kids the oldest is almost 5 and will likely be introduced to the internet soon so he will learn how to research.

katy emanuel

Tuesday 31st of December 2013

My daughter is quite young so she is on skype and Disney Junior, but that is about it. We try to keep a close eye.


Monday 30th of December 2013

My child is too young now but he my explore online soon.


Sunday 29th of December 2013

one child who is starting an online presence