|Nov 10, 2010, 09:42 PM||#5|
This is the surest way to do it for home, but it may vary depending on what brand of modem you have.
The alternative, of course, is to put a more do-or-die policy up for him and block Safari from the device at the first sign of trouble.
15" MacBook Pro Early 2011 2.2 GHz
iPhone 4 32GB Black (CDMA)
|Nov 11, 2010, 01:38 AM||#7|
Most of the time this is a exercise in futility. What I would do is install a browser history app and check and see where your scion has been surfing. most any filter can be bypassed but the threat of losing the Touch if you find out he has been where he should not have been might just work better for you. In the meantime go into the parental controls and set things up there to suit. To quote President Regan "Trust but verify"
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|Nov 11, 2010, 11:28 AM||#8|
We have been using a service called Mobicip and have been quite happy with it. It does exactly what you describe - offer a filtered web on the iTouch. Note that it doesn't filter Safari itself but since Safari can be locked out using the restrictions feature, Mobicip will be the default browser available. Check it out at www.mobicip.com. We signed up for the premium level for better control and monitoring ability.
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