New eBlaster Program Allows Parents To Monitor Children's Online Activities

11/26/2001 | Newsbytes

A new computer program, eBlaster, allows parents to see what their kids are viewing online, who they talk to online and what they say, by recording all visited sites and all applications used and sending an activity report to a specified e-mail address. Some critics say the program infringes on the children's privacy.

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