Online Safety

Securing Your Computers for a Public Computing Environment

Securing Your Computers for a Public Computing Environment

Keep your computer lab safe and running strong

 

By: Hilary Naylor

July 10, 2007

This article was updated by TechSoup Technology Analyst Kevin Lo.

Understanding Content Filtering: An FAQ for Nonprofits

Understanding Content Filtering: An FAQ for Nonprofits

What to know before you restrict access to online materials

 

By: Brian Satterfield

June 4, 2007

Content-Filtering Tools: An FAQ for Nonprofits

Content-Filtering Tools: An FAQ for Nonprofits

Advice to help you choose software or hardware for your computer lab

By: Brian Satterfield

June 5, 2007

Tips for Sharing Computers with Non-Staff

Tips for Sharing Computers with Non-Staff

How to help your constituents and protect your computers

By: Kami Griffiths

November 19, 2007

Story of Recovery

My Story

I don't really know when it began. Or even why.

I was brought up in a wonderful Christian home with two parents who fully imparted God's love to me, and nurtured in the faith by an excellent Bible-believing church. I came to know and love Jesus in a very authentic relationship in early childhood.

Safe Families Press Kit

Press Kit

Current Press Release

Black Pastors Call for an End to Online Slumlords and Applaud MySpace Parental Notification

What People are Saying about Safe Families

-unsolicited email
God really spoke to me through your submission in [a ministry partner's] newsletter.... [I] see a lot of similarities between your story and where mine is/has been. Thank for your witness.

--from ministry partners
...wanted to tell you that I read your article....you were so transparent and brought so much encouragement and hope to those who are going through this. Thanks for your efforts for all of us out here still dealing with it.

About the Safe Families Program

Safe Families is a program of TechMission, Inc. that was formed to assist parents in protecting their children from pornography and other dangers on the Internet. TechMission started in 2000 with its first program, the Association of Christian Community Computer Centers (AC4) with the goal addressing the digital divide, which is the gap between those who have access and training with computers and those without.

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