WorldLink has launched a secure internet service called SafeNet considering the use of internet and its negative impact on children, reports The Annapurna Post.
This will allow the parents to control the internet sites which are accessible from the WorldLink Internet connection and also provides knowledge for controlling measures and tools.
This service will be provided free of charge for its customers. Safety settings and controls are available in WorldLink’s Customer Portal or its mobile app.
This will be useful for prohibiting social networks during the study hours of children, blocking harmful websites which affects devices and filtering advertisements while browsing websites.
It can also be used to completely restrict sites which contain adult and pornographic content, block and unblock the websites for certain period and blacklist or whitelist the websites or domains.