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Software Designed to Protect Children From Predators Free for Departments

October 05, 2006  | 

Ormond Beach, Fla.-based MySafeKids.org has announced that California's Pandora Corporation, manufacturer of software designed to protect children from online predators, will be available for free to anyone who requests it at www.mysafekids.org.

The software regularly retails for $50, but Mysafekids.org, a not for profit organization, is presenting parents with the opportunity to supervise their children when online absolutely free.

PCPandora software enables parents to identify who is contacting their children via the Internet, helping to identify potential bullies or predators—whether the children tell them or not. Parents can now alert the authorities and even provide the suspect e-mail address with or without the child's knowledge.

For more information on PC Pandora or Pandora Corporation, visit www.pcpandora.com.

For more information on how MySafeKids can help your department increase citizen cooperation and support through awareness programs, visit www.mysafekids.org.

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