View Full Version : Kidwideweb- revolutionizing the way children experience the web!

David Lampel
08-22-2012, 01:49 PM
Statistics Don't Lie

Studies show that kids start surfing pornography as young as five years old and by the time they are teenagers four out of five have regularly spent time on inappropriate sites.

The average age of first exposure to Internet pornography is 9, some as early as 5—onenewsnow.com

Teens spend in excess of 87 hours a year looking at porn online—The Daily Mail


One in five children online is approached by a sexual predator



The KidWideWeb, several years in the making, is an application that provides safe, age appropriate Internet access to children while shielding them from all malicious content and communications. To achieve this goal, KWW is backed by a team of educators, technology experts, and concerned parents who have spent countless hours working to make this vision a reality. KWW is now working with IDEAS of Orlando, a former division of Disney Studios and also the University of Central Florida(UCF) as part of their award-winning Business Development Program.



To achieve this goal, KWW employs a multi-prong strategy featuring a security component, on-line policy control and safe social networking. The security component is achieved through our proprietary Wizard Lock Security, which restricts access by throwing a protective bubble around your child while on the internet, making it virtually impossible for your child to land in an inappropriate site.


For a more detailed description and sample of our award-winning, patent pending technology, please click on the link for our corporate/parent video below:



We are so close to making our vision a reality, but we could still use your help. We are just $200,000 away from updating our source codes, and finalizing our software applications, to make our product market ready. Please visit our site: http://www.indiegogo.com/KidWideWeb
where you can pre-order our services, contribute what you can, and help us spread the word! This is one initiative that we cannot afford to let die. We owe it to the parents and children to finish what we started and offer families a comprehensive internet solution. Please help us keep the movement alive!

Thank you.

David Lampel President