Orange Poland offers safe browser for children

Friday 11 October 2013 | 13:26 CET | News
Every sixth child aged 10 to 15 views websites forbidden by their parents, with 75 percent of them finding such sites by chance, and 22 percent of these including pornographic content. These are the results of the survey by TNS Poland for Orange Poland, in cooperation with the Nobody's Children Foundation. In response, Cert Orange Poland and the foundation have developed a free internet browser called BeSt (BezpieczneStrony - Safe Sites), which protects minors from access to content that is dangerous for them. BeSt is the only product of this kind in Poland.

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