San Diego-based Children's Educational Network and Santa's Helpers announced today the release of «The North Pole Kid Safe Browser» which is designed to allow children of all ages to surf the Internet in a safe and educational environment.
This unique and kid friendly free Internet Filter is browser based and allows children to only surf pre- approved and pre-screened web sites appropriate for children based on a ‘Content Policy' created by Children's Educational Network.
"Since the government did not pass the Child Online Protection Act this year, I really wanted to participate in a solution to this increasing problem online" said Kristi Stone, founder of TheNorthPole.com. "It's just too important of an issue. After meeting Greg Writer from Children's Educational Network and seeing their incredible technology, I felt this was an important partnership that in the end would be good for kids all over the world.»
«Unlike a typical Internet filter, this kid safe browser works on an "include list" that is considered by industry experts to be one of the safest and most reliable methodology available today,» said Greg Writer, San Diego's foremost authority on the topic of online safety for children. "We are thrilled to partner with TheNorthPole.com to have created the only ''kids browser that was designed to protect children from pornography, hate, drugs, violence and online predators and is branded The North Pole.»
For more information on The North Pole Browser please visit www.TheNorthPole.com.
To interview Mr. Writer call 760-233-2863.