updated 09:50 pm EST, Tue February 23, 2010
Set parental control ratings on internet TV
InternetSafety.com has introduced Safe Eyes 6.0, the latest version of its parental control software for limiting access to unsafe or inappropriate web sites. The new release provides tools for filtering Internet TV, allowing parents to set the rating level, such as TV-G or TV-PG, that is appropriate for their child. The software enables each user profile to hold a different viewing rating, while parents can customize blocks for specific content.
Support is offered for all major TV network websites, along with iTunes media and Hulu video streams. The software also offers a variety of different filters to block specific items such as individual YouTube videos, thus allowing parents to block content without having to block the whole site.
Safe Eyes can be downloaded directly from the InternetSafety.com website and comes priced at $50 as a one-year subscription for up to three computers. A mobile version, available for the iPhone and iPod touch, can be found on the App Store for $20.