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SafetyWeb Acquires iHound Mobile and myID.com: Looks to Evolve Personal Security From the PC to the Cloud

January 25, 2011

SafetyWeb®, Inc., the leader in cloud‐based personal security products, announced today it has acquired both iHound® Mobile and myID.com™. Continue reading »

SafetyWeb “Find Help” Facebook App Helps Teens Report Cyber Bullying

November 1, 2010

Increasing concerns about teenagers’ safety on popular social networking sites like Facebook has prompted SafetyWeb.com, the leading Web-based internet monitoring software for parents, to introduce the new “Find Help” application on Facebook http://apps.facebook.com/findhelp/. Continue reading »

SafetyWeb Forms Product Advisory Council

October 21, 2010

SafetyWeb, provider of the groundbreaking new service designed to help parents monitor their child’s online social networking and mobile activity, today announced the formation of its Product Advisory Council. Continue reading »

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Keep Kids Safe on Facebook

September 30, 2010PC World

Your children are probably spending more time on Facebook than you are. Here’s how to protect them from predators, their peers, and themselves. Continue reading »

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Mother’s Little Technological Helper

July 22, 2010

I’m a childless twentysomething whose own childhood mostly took place in the prelapsarian days before Internet culture took over. So whenever I think about the abstract notion of becoming a parent, I shiver with fear about how much harder that undertaking has become to do well these days. Continue reading »

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“From sexting to cyberbullying, trying to protect our kids online can be overwhelming! So, I was thrilled – and relieved! – to find out about SafetyWeb, a brilliant new online service!”

— Janice Croze, 5MinutesforMom

“Tools like SafetyWeb are another helpful weapon to add to your arsenal (for parents).”

— PC World

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