Microsoft to include filtering/monitoring
madcow writes "Boingboing has the link to an article in Reuter's about MS plans.
"Microsoft plans to roll out Windows Live Family Safety Settings in the summer, which will allow parents to filter Web sites and receive reports to see what their children are doing online. The company also plans to eventually allow parents to control who communicates with their children over e-mail, instant messaging and in their blogs."
As a parent I'm still trying to come to grips with the problem of inappropriate things for my kids. I'm also aware of how badly most filtering software operates. I suspect we'll continue to just make sure the kids computer stays out in the family room..."