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Microsoft releases customized Internet Explorer 9 in venture with CEOP

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Feb 2012 22:03 User comments (1)

Microsoft releases customized Internet Explorer 9 in venture with CEOP Microsoft and the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) have released a customized version of Internet Explorer 9.
The browser launch comes in time for Safer Internet Day 2012.

In the browser, children can report cyberbullying and inappropriate images very easily. Additionally, minors can "seek help" on a large range of topics easily, as well.

CEOP content will be prominent, as will internet safety search sites. The browser is aimed at parents who can not always monitor the content their kids are viewing.

More info here: ThinkUKnow

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17.2.2012 22:27

Very cool.


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