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Freeverse ships BumperCar browser for kids

updated 11:55 am EDT, Wed April 21, 2004

BumperCar ships in US

Freeverse Software today announced that has begun shipping to retail outlets in North America. BumperCar filters objectionable web content, limits the sharing of personal information, (such as a child's address or phone number), and offers other parental controls. It offers simple "Low", "Medium" and "High" safety settings, as well as the ability to customize all of its features. BumperCar filters profanity, forces Google to use a "Safe Search" mode, allows you to specify the hours your child can spend online and offers special School, Home and PreSchool modes. It is available for Mac OS X for $50.




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