Net Nanny Named Editors' Choice for Parental Controls by Computer Shopper

"No parental control software is perfect, but Net Nanny comes as close as anything we've seen so far"

SALT LAKE CITY - May 13, 2009 - ContentWatch, Inc. has been named Editors' Choice for Parental Controls by Computer Shopper in its recent review of Net Nanny 6.0. This recognition underscores Net Nanny's position as the industry leader for Internet filtering and parental controls.

"If you're struggling with how to limit your child's Internet access, Net Nanny 6.0 could provide a helping hand," said the review. "It's much more powerful than the parental controls included in the popular security suites, and it's flexible enough that you can customize the restrictions to suit both you and your child."

In the review, Computer Shopper said that most parental control programs are too easy for older kids to circumvent. Not so with Net Nanny: "Kids quickly learn that they can bypass the programs using a proxy server, which lets you surf anonymously," said the review. "Net Nanny has figured out a way to filter the content- even if a proxy server is brand-new. Net Nanny is currently the only program that can access the content behind an unknown proxy server."

"With Net Nanny, we're proud to say we offer the most robust and customizable parental control solution on the market," said Jack Sunderlage, president and CEO of ContentWatch. "The Internet is a powerful and ever changing resource, and parents can rest assured that Net Nanny will be there to protect them and their families as the Internet evolves."

Another unique feature touted in the review is the user's ability to monitor Net Nanny remotely from home or work. "An online interface lets you change the filter settings or view detailed reports about your child's activity. You can set up a password that will allow a child to override a blocked site (handy for last-minute "but I need it for homework" situations)."

In addition, Net Nanny features IM/Chat analysis, PC games blocking, social network site monitoring, and a wealth of additional features to give parents peace of mind.

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About ContentWatch, Inc.

Based in Salt Lake City, ContentWatch delivers family-safe computing solutions for the home, library, education, government, and small/medium business markets. ContentWatch's mission is to be the world leader in thought and technology by creating Internet management tools and services that provide homes and businesses with a safer, more productive Internet experience through its patent-pending contextual analysis engine. ContentWatch Internet Management solutions are used in over 125 different countries. For more information on ContentWatch products, visit