Posted on 17/02/14, filed under Spy Equipment | No Comments
A professional Society of Divorce Lawyers in the States has concluded that Internet pornography addiction has beat financial problems to become the fastest increasing cause of divorce across America. This comes as no surprise considering that a whopping 50% of American men are accessing Internet pornography frequently. Also, 47% percent of families said pornography is a problem in their home, and the Internet was a significant factor in 2 out of 3 divorces.
Internet porn can also have serious consequences for marriage. There is an exaggerated perception related to pornography and sexual activity in society. This is a fact that is diminishing the trust between couples and the lack of attraction for family activities and even child rising. A sad truth is that an increasing number of people are struggling with uncontrollable and addictive sexual behavior.
Pornography also affects the workplace, with studies showing that 70% of the online porn access occurs during the 9-5 workday. Of the 61 million unique U.S. visitors accessing pornographic websites (on a specific month), every fifth visitor was from a office work station which is a huge statistic.
This is why it is important to provide support and advices for those who are struggling with these type of problems. To begin with, you do have to get to the source of the issue, and this is where our internet monitoring software really excels. Our software computer monitoring is extremely easy to install and is specifically designed to secretly monitor and record every detail of computer and internet activity for a target pc or laptop.
Why not give us a call if you are unsure about the best surveillance solution for you, and we will be happy to advise.
Posted on 15/02/14, filed under Spy Equipment | No Comments
Children will play online video games whether you like it or not. It is certainly easier to monitor the gaming habits of your child rather than trying to put them under surveillance – or preventing him or her from playing at all. Trying to get your children to stop something is like providing them more incentive to do so!
On the other hand, there are many online games that are simply not suitable for children; they contain profanity, nudity and too much violence. If kids are exposed to these factors at a young age, it could severely affect their adult behavior, as children are easily impressionable.
Take for instance the news a few years back from the states about an 11-year old killing his 9-year old brother over a video game. Most people would like to blame the presence of a gun in the house as the factor that led to the death. But, you could argue that many homes in the US have firearms and not every household is having to deal with the tragic loss or a child by way of shooting. The presence of firearms is not enough alone to kill someone. Even if the crime in this case was committed by a child, it was nonetheless an intentional crime. The child intended to shoot his brother and he did so. Where do you think he got the idea from? The video game he had just finished playing, perhaps?
To avoid tragic situations like these, it is best that you help choose the online games for your child. Look for games that have a rating suitable for your child’s age. Sometimes, the rating process does not necessarily consider all aspects of the game. It is important to read the review of the game even if is rated as fit for everyone. Look for games that involve either educational elements or team work, as both will help with positive development of your child. Below are some of the most important aspects you should consider when you choose a game for your child:
Consider the age of your child. Look for games appropriate to their age and knowledge.
Ask for feedback from other parents. You can also take part to specific online communities for parents and you can ask for your feedback there.
Search for reviews over the Internet.
Better choose a game that requires imagination, and improvements than shooting skills (I refer to violent games).
Select games that involve learning: math games, word games, problem solving games, nature and anatomy games etc.
Download games that can be played by more people and play with your child yourself to get first-hane knowledge of the game.
Remember, its better to go down the preventative route than get to the stage where you require a whole host of our new surveillance equipment to work out exactly what has happened to your child.
Posted on 13/02/14, filed under News | No Comments
Following on from our last blog, one may wonder (and we have indeed been asked!): “What exactly has the NSA been up to that has worked up public sentiment into a congealed and rather focussed ire of disapproval?” Just a cursory look into only some of the very recent news pieces over the last week or so can reveal an alarming picture.
There’s the case of public phone tapping and surveillance that’s remerged despite being the norm for the better part of the last decade, courtesy of the infamously loathed, Patriot Act under the George W. Bush administration.
Then we have reports emerging of clandestine NSA spy sessions on certain international world power leaders who opposed to Iraq intervention. This particular piece seems to handily bring together people from both the right and the left, regardless of their sentiments regarding the second gulf war.
Up next, we have the Department of Justice admitting that the NSA is likely spying on members of congress. Well, to give the system its dues, it would seem that no one is exempt from being peeped, in a manner of speaking! It goes without saying that when it comes to public outrage and sympathy, the US Congress doesn’t exactly make the list.
Even the news of CIA’s obligations are making an impact. As some of you may have read, rather recently, the world’s most powerful external affairs agency is obliged to follow the federal surveillance law. When an agency, with such a profoundly controversial and globally entrenched power structure for a legacy, is found making such an admission, it is indeed a rather telling sign of the times.
A state-level response to these surveillance policies is also making the news rounds. The state of Arizona — often known for its regular opposition to federal policies — has become the first state in the American republic to take an active and legal stand against NSA surveillance. This latest response from the Arizona state also falls well in line with public sentiment within the state; it is becoming readily apparent that the people will not stand for this law.
A concession can be made that the surveillance state — in the context of high information, rapidly changing world — is being studied and viewed with a more tolerant perspective in academic settings. There are individuals making the genuine effort to accept private surveillance and reconcile it with the often sought desire for absolute privacy of the citizen. However, there is no doubt, given the scale of public response and negative association, that the concept is facing an exponentially growing societal resistance and challenge, one that will not leave it untainted or unaltered as the first world undergoes this cultural transition in the information age.