On 2007-03-03, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
> Open Source Web Content Filtering Project
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Dansguardian is free for home or personal use, and limited use
>| within Government agencies. It is NOT however free for business
>| use. You can however use it in a business setting for a very
>| small fee.
I've been using DG since Junior was 3. He's 8 now. It's blocked
everything I told it to. And I check logs often to make sure something
new doesn't creep in.
I don't know about Pissed-duh's "parental access controls". But I doubt
they work very well, whereas DG works perfectly in my experience.
"Windows XP performance", on the next "In Search Of".