|Imview Online Protection For Children
imView™ allows parents to log into their account, via our secure website, and view all their child’s activity in real time from any PC, anywhere in the world that they have internet access.
Additionally, parents can easily opt to receive real time e-mail alert notifications with messages attached. This gives parents the power to be proactively notified the moment their child’s online behavior strays outside of the acceptable limits that they set.
As a value add to concerned parents, imView™ has partnered with the most comprehensive database in the US; using the most sophisticated search tools for identifying registered sex offenders. We currently extract the public information from all 50 states every 2 weeks. On a typical day NPD processes over 3,000 records with changes in data or photos from the previous 2 weeks. In any typical week the data increases by 3-5,000 new predators. To get a feel for this data, please view our Predator Map.
One of the most sophisticated and best features is the ability to rapidly find predators with very little input. For example, if you click “Quick Search” on www.nationalpredatordatabase.com, and by entering a zip code, a radius, an approximate age and height, we can rapidly display a handful of photos to check for predators, without even knowing their name or alias.
You as a user can also sign up to receive alerts anytime the database is updated with additional sex offenders in your area.
ImView is actively supplying local law enforcement with this powerful tool, but are providing it here free.
Alarming Online Facts
* 1 out of 5 kids have been solicited sexually online
* One third of kids have been contacted by a stranger and half of these were considered inappropriate
* 9 out of 10 parents will never know that any inappropriate contact has occurred
* 14% have actually met face to face with a person they have met on the Internet
* 1 out of 17 kids have been harassed, threatened, or bullied
* Nearly three-quarters (73%) of online teens believe that someone their age is most likely to be approached by someone unknown to them online as opposed to offline
* When asked how they responded the last time they were contacted online by a complete stranger, just 3% of online teens said they told and adult or authority figure
* Most kids will not report inappropriate Internet contact to their parents because they are afraid of losing Internet privileges
* 61% of 13-17 yr olds have a personal profile on social networking sites
* 44 percent of online teens with profiles like Facebook and Myspace have been contacted by a stranger, compared with 16 percent of those without profiles.
* 71% have reported receiving messages from someone they do not know
* 45% have been asked for personal info from people they do not know
* 48% of 16-17 yr olds report that their parents know "very little" or "nothing" about their online activities
* MySpace deletes 25,000 profiles weekly of users who don't meet the site's 14-year-old minimum age requirement
- Pew Internet & American Life Project Research & Cox Communications Teen Internet Safety Survey - 2007
This is an exciting member benefit for parents that will give them peace of mind while saving money.
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