Tuesday, August 17, 2010

SafetyWeb Launches New, Free Service to Help Find Missing Children

/PRNewswire/ -- SafetyWeb (http://www.safetyweb.com/), the groundbreaking online privacy and safety service for parents, announced today the release of SWOT(TM), the SafetyWeb Online Tracking Tool, to assist nationwide law enforcement agencies in finding online traces of missing children. The service is now available for free to any qualifying agency and is already in use nationwide.

SafetyWeb unveiled SWOT(TM) at the Crimes Against Children Conference, which it co-sponsored along with Google, Facebook, and Adobe last week in Dallas. More than 2,000 kids go missing daily in the United States, a statistic that SafetyWeb founders Geoffrey Arone and Michael Clark (both parents) found alarming.

"Michael and I visited The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and realized that SafetyWeb could help law enforcement efforts in locating missing children," said Arone. "SafetyWeb monitors nearly all the social networks and websites, making it much easier for law enforcement to gather clues about missing children in real time. There is nothing else available that is as advanced, comprehensive, and easy-to-use," said Clark.

SafetyWeb changed the online security space with advanced, cloud-based technology to help protect children. SafetyWeb looks at a child's public behavior as well as any public mentions of the child online. Unlike products that require installation or invade the privacy of the children, SafetyWeb runs on the Internet and can be accessed from anywhere, with almost any Internet connected device. SafetyWeb provides parents with easy-to-read weekly reports and 24-hour access to website services for $10/month. SafetyWeb is also available for both the iPhone and Android. To learn more or to get started, visit SafetyWeb.com.

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