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Mobicip Web Filter says Thank you

MOBICIPNEWS on November 28, 2011

Mobicip Web Filter It is never too late to say "Thank you" to our loyal fans, schools, students and online education bloggers. When you get a break, take the time to read the following articles about keeping online education safe and secure on mobile devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad), Windows PCs, and Ubuntu Linux netbooks, laptops, tablets or desktops. You might notice that some of these authors do not mention Mobicip Web filter HOWEVER these articles touch upon the problem  we solve and we are happy to share in order to keep the Internet safe and secure.

1. Parental Control on Smartphone

2. Mobile Malware Crisis? Not So Fast

3. How are you monitoring internet when kids play on your phone?

4. Tech Journal: Making the Web Safe for Your Kids

5. KinderTown Launches Educational App Store For Parents

6. Kids and technology: The new rules of online safety

7. Committee proposes purchasing iPads for teachers, every high school student

8. ERFAE members get student demonstration of tablet computers

9. How to share one Mac with your family

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