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Net Nanny® facilitates having discussions about accountability.
Personal accountability is to acknowledge and assume responsibility for one’s actions and decisions and includes the obligation to explain and answer for those decisions.
accountable |əˈkountəbəl| adjective
(of a person) required or expected to justify actions or decisions; responsible for their own actions.
When a parent, partner, or friend works with someone to monitor their web browsing activities, it will affect which websites are visited and which are avoided.
Net Nanny’s reports and alerts help manage the process of monitoring Internet browsing activities. Combined with Internet filtering, Net Nanny allows Internet browsing to be managed and reported. And, you can block web browsing during specific times of day and/or create customized lists of websites to always block or always allow.
Net Nanny identifies and reports on websites that are potentially inappropriate. These reports can be viewed anytime in the Net Nanny Admin Console.
In short, these tools make it easy to talk about the challenges faced when browsing online.
Get the peace of mind that comes from monitoring the sites a child, partner, or spouse visits while knowing that Net Nanny will block inappropriate webpages as well.
Personal Internet accountability begins with activity reports that facilitate discussion — with the goal to make better decisions about Internet use.
The Dashboard shows the following (circles added for emphasis below):
- Alerts: View links to Alerts for your license and subscription status. (top left)
- This Week’s Activity: View the total number of web pages blocked and warned for the week. (top right)
- Top Blocked Domains: View the Top Blocked Domains, which is a list of the web sites by category most often blocked during the past week. (left side)
- Web Events: View Web Events, which is a list of the web site categories blocked during the past week. (right side, middle)