Firefox content filters


Article from Issue 89/2008

Firefox has a reputation of being the most innovative Web browser. We show you how to apply Firefox’s distribution-specific tools to make browsing the web safer for your children.

For the most part, the Internet can be a safe and comprehensive resource for information, but there also is a dark side. In addition to useful, factual content, the Internet can be a source for obscene, irritating, and even downright dangerous sites that are not appropriate for the general public,particularly children.

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