CYBERsitter 11 understands that the Internet is a great tool for children, but also recognizes that children and parents need help to explore it safely. Parents can not monitor their children’s Internet usage 24/7. CYBERsitter fills in the gaps where parents can not. A feature of CYBERsitter 11 is it allows different users to have […]Read More...
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