SafeSurf Press Release
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May 2, 2005
Contact : Ray Soular
Press Phone : (818) 613-1415
E-mail: press at safesurf dot com

SafeSurf Alliance with ContentWatch to Benefit Internet

      Las Vegas, NV - In order to provide a more productive Internet, SafeSurf, the premier Internet safety organization, announced that has formed an alliance with ContentWatch Inc., a trusted provider of Internet filter and protection tools for schools, libraries and businesses. Through this alliance, SafeSurf will offer the highest quality filtering technology to through its Web site,

      "SafeSurf has continually received requests to offer an exceptional suite of Internet filtering products that were both easy to implement and provided the administrative level of control needed by educational organizations and small businesses," said Ray Soular, Chairman of SafeSurf. "We have achieved our goal or providing this suite of products with Content Watch," Soular added.

      Soular also pointed out that as the result of ContentWatch's email spam filter, SafeSurf was able to manage the tens of thousands of spam email messages it receives every month. With this new alliance, SafeSurf will offer every business and organization this same ability to save hundreds of hours of wasted time sorting through spam emails. In addition, the suite of products will filter out porn and pop-up ads, as well as enable businesses and organizations to increase productivity and reduce liability with their Internet connection.

      "ContentWatch is excited about partnering with the leading organization whose sole purposes are to protect children from objectionable Web content and to increase productivity in and reduce Internet risks in businesses and organizations," said Jack Sunderlage, President & CEO of ContentWatch. "SafeSurf has a long and credible history of providing wonderful tools and guidance regarding Internet usage for businesses and families.

      SafeSurf began in 1995 as the first organization dedicated to protecting children on the Internet. They launched the Internet's first rating standard, helped write the PICS protocol, which was adopted as part of the Web's communication spec by the World Wide Web Consortium at MIT. SafeSurf has assisted lawmakers, filtering software developers, media representatives, other child safety organizations, and thousands of parents to become the leader in the field online child safety. More information on SafeSurf can be found at

      ContentWatch, Inc. delivers Internet protection solutions for the home, library, education, government and business markets. ContentWatch's mission is to be the world leader in thought and technology by creating Internet protection tools and services that provide homes and businesses with a safer, more productive Internet experience. Based in Salt Lake City, ContentWatch has customers in all 50 states and more than 100 countries and was recently selected by The Walt Disney Company as the official filtering software for its Disney Dream Desk PC for kids. For more information on ContentWatch products, visit


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