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Is Your Internet Service Provider Putting Your Children At Risk?

August 13, 2014
Parents don’t need experts to tell them their kids are spending an unhealthy amount of time online. Whether it’s surfing the web on their PCs, playing video games, watching Netflix, or socializing on their mobile phones, kids are spending too much time in front of screens. And more and more the driver for these “screenagers” is the vast, intoxicating content on the Internet. Tech addiction is a global epidemic, putting children at risk of any number of long term physical, social and behavioral problems in their very own home, and parents everywhere are struggling to deal with the issue....

Parents Out of Control: Don't Know How to Limit Their Kids' Screen Time

July 8, 2014
A recent study by Iowa State University (ISU), and published in JAMA Pediatrics, found that children behave better, do better in school, get more sleep, and see other health benefits when parents limit content and the amount of time they spend on the computer, in front of the TV, or other connected devices...

WebCurfew Launches New Parental Controls Solution for Website Filtering

June 11, 2014
WebCurfew, the most intuitive Internet parental control service, announced today the launch of WebSafeguards, a new comprehensive content filtering solution for parents. WebSafeguards allows parents to block websites based on pre-defined content categories to ensure their children remain safe...

TechStars Chicago Company Hires Motorola Veteran as Vice President of Business Development

January 7, 2014
WebCurfew, a graduate of the inaugural TechStars Chicago 2013 class, announced today the hire of Alberto Moriondo as its vice president of business development. Moriondo, a Motorola veteran, will drive strategy and develop business partnerships with Internet Service Providers (ISP) and telecom companies for WebCurfew...

WebCurfew Offers Parental Control Solution for New Holiday Tech Gifts

December 31, 2013
With so many Internet-connected devices in each family home, implementing effective parental controls has become more difficult. WebCurfew, a web-based parental control service connects to the home router to give parents a way to manage their children’s excessive Internet usage with the click of a button...

Innovative New Start-Up Providing Internet Parental Controls that ISPs Aren’t

August 7, 2013
The growing sense of entitlement that children have around their home internet access is quickly becoming a major concern for this generation of parents, and in the absence of any real offerings from the ISPs, WebCurfew’s cloud-based solution is resonating with parents tired of struggling with traditional device-centric parental control solutions.