Bellsouth / AT&T Parental Controls — If You’ve Got It, Use It!

January 12, 2008 at 6:10 pm 1 comment

            Sex Education
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  Block Web Access   
  Block Public Chat Rooms   
  Block Personals   
  Block Other Applications   
  Block News Groups   
  Block Message Boards   
  Block Instant Messenger   
  Block Image Search   
  Block File Sharing   
  Block E-Mails   

Subject areas you have control over on the web for your family if you use AT&T or for internet service. 

If you are subscribed through Bellsouth or AT&T for local service, you  have access to a GREAT internet filter called “Parental Controls”.  You just download their software, and set them up through your primary user account…as many as you want, depending on the age of the person.  Or in my case, I just want a safer experience for all of us. 

I’ve forgotten my Parental Control password.  I’m working on that now. 

If I’m not going to be home for a while, I can shut down programs or types of searching.  

I can also review sites that have been surfed.   I’m not yet sure how well this tests youTube or sites with their own search engines on the page

Try Parental Controls!

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. pam  |  September 27, 2008 at 8:38 pm

    will not allow me to download parental controls. am a att customer with dsl. i click on parental controls and it goes nowhere.
    need help

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