You are correct Galleon. I don't support that when you share a computer, but.......by (Login burger2227)
I have tried some of those programs to monitor my kids. I was not really interested in their passwords, but was just making sure they were not abusing chat rooms. The first day that my daughter used an AOL chatroom, she got porn emails! Because AOL used her email address as her name in the room.
I also learned quickly that you could bypass the AOL child restrictions by just using IE (so I hid it, lol). I never did find that my kids were being ignorant or abusive. Anyhow, back then the "keyloggers" and other security programs slowed down the PC too much also. So I just took the stuff off and hoped for the best.
I am suprised that Ben agrees on this also. The best thing parents can do is keep the kids from fighting over the computer and physically observe it's use. Having a PC in a child's bedroom can create problems at first. Once they learn the rules, that kind of problem will fade away hopefully.
Drew, perhaps you have not grown up as much as I thought! There are only two reason for concern. If your brother hogs the hard drive or abuses his useage time, your parents are the ones to goto. I have a feeling that you mess with it more than he does!
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|Re: You are correct Galleon. I don't support that when you share a computer, but.......||on Mar 3|
|* We only had two PC's in the living room is all. 3.1 and 98.||on Mar 3|