BroadJump dives into automated Internet filtering biz

Tue, 06/18/2002 - 8:00pm
Susan Rush

Children and teens have been reported as the fastest growing group of Internet users, but there is plenty of stuff on the 'Net that is not meant for eyes of babes. BroadJump has partnered with FamilyCLICK to provide service providers using BroadJump software with an automated Internet filtering system service option.

BroadJump is pre-intergrating FamilyCLICK's filtering technology with its ControlWorks software infrastructure system to enable parental controls to be instituted from the onset of service. "This allows service providers to reduce the time and complexities associated with marketing and fulfilling this new service for subscribers," says a BroadJump spokeswoman.

In April, BroadJump said its software was responsible for activating 69 percent of all new high-speed Internet connections. To date, BroadJump has enabled activation of close to 5 million residential broadband subscribers.


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