Over 50% of men on the net are accessing
porn-a statistic that stays constant with Christians or
others of faith.
you promised God that you would stop going to porn sites but then
found yourself failing over and over again?
"I have been there and done that- I found it harder and
harder to get close to the Lord as I would repeatedly return to the
porn."- Ned Dominick-Wisechoice founder
promises us a way of escape and Wisechoice can be that way-please
read through this and see if this will work for you. We offer a special
version of the state of the art Safeeyes filter that is developed
just for Wisechoice. Unlike other filters we offer a no override version.
We don't pretend this is all about the children alone. Wisechoice
was developed to place an unbreakable wall between ourselves and the
pornography. To provide an even stronger tool we offer an accountability
reporting system at no extra charge which
will give one the ability to choose a friend to be accountable to.
One can give them access to a non erasable history and they will receive
email or text message alerts if the system detects activity trying
to break through the filter. No one wants to get a call from a friend
asking why we are trying to get back into the porn. The combination
of the filter and accountability is extremely powerful.
filters block good sites too? Ten years ago this was true, however modern filtering operates on an entirely different basis than in the old days. Now we have a data base of virtually all of the sites on the net and they have been categorized. So rather than blocking by a key word or search term, we block by the category of the site. Porn sites, gambling, etc..and you can block one or up to 35 categories depending on your desires and then lock them in place. It is super fast and accurate.
about the free child protection settings on browsers?
Like everything, you get
what you pay for. Blocking content is not the main focus of browser
developers, in fact most of them are opposed to anything that would
block "choice" even if that is protecting kids from pornography.
We believe we all should have the right to use the
net safely, that this is our choice.
For Ned's Dominick's personal story with
internet porn-click here.
Wives are among those most devastated by porn use in their families- Woman view sex primarily in terms of relationship meaning that when wives discover their husbands are using porn they see it as infidelity (God does too). They are often deeply hurt, feel betrayed and many families are broken up over the use of pornography.
what other wives and people are experiencing on our discussion
board and participate- you are not alone. Click
here to go to our forum
is completely customizable. Due to the use of categories and custom profiles, filtering can be set up for each person in the family. Younger kids can have one level, teenagers another level and the adults yet another. YouTube can be allowed while filtering the adult areas, social networking...we also provide time limits so that kids can be locked out of the internet when they need to be doing homework or outside getting exercise. This will work even when the parents are not at home.
For adults with internet porn addictions Wisechoice specializes in a locked Version that will keep a user form removing over over riding the filter. It is similar to the door to the liquor store or bar being locked when the alcoholic comes around. This has saved innumerable marriages and families.
of the results of internet pornography: These are reports that come
in daily from National news sources or individuals' personal stories:
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -
Pennsylvania's public schools would begin teaching
Internet and social media safety under legislation proposed by a state
State Rep. Tina Davis (D-Bucks) said she is drafting a bill to
provide the once-a-year courses to students in kindergarten through the
Under her legislation, Davis said students would be taught how to
safely and responsibly use social networking websites, chat rooms, email
and instant messaging, and how to recognize and report online
harassment, cyber-bullying, and child sexual predators.
Davis said the courses could be incorporated into the current curriculum, and
state resources on online safety could be made available to the schools.
She currently is seeking co-sponsors for the legislation.
Schools, churches or businesses with a larger number of computers
please call our office at 1.877.944.8080 for special rates go
to our school
filtering page for fully CIPA* compliant filtering
Internet Protection Act