May 09, 2012
In today’s digital age, teens and children can easily access inappropriate content online anytime, anywhere. The ubiquity of Internet-enabled mobile devices has stripped parents of their ability to control access to content. Apple’s popular Safari browser doesn’t offer mobile parental controls. To put parents back in control, McGruff SafeGuard today announced the official launch of McGruff SafeGuard Browser®, a free, fully-featured, Safari-like browser application for the iPhone®, iPad® and iPod Touch® that blocks inappropriate websites and content accessed via Safari on mobile devices.
Just like McGruff the Crime Dog, who is familiar to millions of parents and kids for helping families stay safe, McGruff SafeGuard Browser protects kids and teens when surfing online on mobile devices. Parents simply download the free app from iTunes, and then choose to block or allow content by topic or age. Over 100 topics can be blocked including pornography, dating, violence, sex education, alcohol, drugs, gambling and many others...National Citizens' Crime Prevention Campaign — symbolized by McGruff the Crime Dog® and his "Take A Bite Out Of Crime®" slogan — and acts as secretariat for the Crime Prevention Coalition of America, more than 400 national, federal, state, and local organizations representing thousands of constituents who are committed to preventing crime. Back in 1980, a dog in a rumpled trench coat said, "You don't know me yet...Since then, McGruff the Crime Dog has become world famous for his advice on how to stop crime before it happens. Over the years, he has taught millions of people that the police can't fight crime alone — crime prevention is everybody's business and everyone can help "Take a Bite out Of Crime."
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