Microsoft Tests Windows Live Parental Controls
Microsoft is testing a new Web based service that will allow parents to control their children's online activity and block access to sites that are not appropriate for kids.
Several Microsoft-watcher blogs, such as Liveside.net and Neowin.net have reported that a service called Windows Live Family Safety Settings is currently in beta. The service allows parents to monitor, control and filter online activity by creating specific accounts for their children, according to an e-mail invitation to the beta of the service posted on Neowin.net. Microsoft Tests Windows Live Parental Controls - Yahoo! News
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