"Among those riding to the rescue is the team behind the
kid-centered KidZui browser -- and now, they've extended their
protective presence to the littlest Linux users as well.
"Released in March 2008, the original KidZui browser is a
standalone application available only to Windows and Mac users -- a
shortcoming remedied with the announcement this week of a
cross-platform Firefox 3.0 extension. Aimed at children between
three and twelve, KidZui provides "a fun, safe and engaging" way
for kids to access the internet, while providing safety features
that keep parents in control. Chief among those features is a
password-protected zooming user interface that prevents KidZui from
closing, allowing parents to attend to other tasks without worrying
if their child has wandered into unapproved areas or deleted
critical files. Parents can also view their child's comings and
goings, as well as having reports emailed to them."
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