A recent study shows that 93 percent of boys and 62 percent of girls, have been exposed to pornography by the age of 18. Pornography affects not only children, but more than 70 percent of men, ages 18-34, visit a pornographic site every month.
In Internet browsing program, Covenant Eyes, is trying to help with these temptations,by offering an accountability tool for parents and children. The program documents what Website are viewed every day, and sends the report to parents or accountability partners.
Their main goal is to have open communication with your family, to keep yourself accountable. The program rates every website on mature content, allowing sites to be blocked from the user completely.
One woman says she has filters on her computer that monitors what her child searches. She says the monitors offer less temptation for her daughter while searching the Internet.
Covenant Eyes also allows adults to monitor each other. Internet pornography play a significant role in two out of three divorces. Covenant Eyes is a great way for spouses to be a accountable to each other.
For more information visit www.covenanteyes.com.