Teens on the internet http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/2067.html So parents are putting filters on their kids internet usage. I wonder how effective these filters really are at stopping kids from doing things they wanted. Most filters only work on IE, so any kids with Firefox is pretty much set to do as he pleases. If a workaround is found, it is probably floating around school. If not asking one of the geeks to help you for 10$ usually works. If they can set up an account on the computer(possibly with a geeks help) then they could use that. Or if they are really savvy paying a geek to give them a bootable Linux CD like Knoppix to get around the security. I could go on and on. The only solution I see working is at the ISP level. Everytime a browser(or anything accessing port 80) a password is asked for by the ISP. Depending on the password entered different sets of rules take effect. Maybe you could even link passwords to user accounts on the computer too. So not only do you need to know the browser password you need to be on the right account as well. If the user account isn't registered then access is not allowed. Ways around that would be pretty difficult to do, either password stealing(which we have now anyway) or somehow not use your ISP.