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TMCNet: Inc. Announces ParentsRemote 1.0

[March 30, 2011] Inc. Announces ParentsRemote 1.0

FREMONT, Calif. --(Business Wire)--�Inc. announces the immediate availability of ParentsRemote, a valuable tool for parents looking to protect their kid's in an increasingly dangerous digital world.

"ParentsRemote™ makes it simple for you to monitor and control your children's computer remotely using an interface that is as familiar as an advanced television remote control." said Marko Kostyrko, CEO of Inc.

The built-in key logger and history monitor help the user keep track of who their child is communicating with online and keep track of the contents of the conversation. The user can quickly and easily obtain recently visited websites, downloads, and programs, and decide what action to take.�Access to the built-in web camer and desktop screenshots lets the user take photos inside their child's room and gives the user the ability to discover what is happening on their child's screen. These activities can also be automatically recorded at the interval of the user's choice.�Remote volume and power controls let the user conveniently operate their child's computer directly from their computer and dedicated instant messaging allows the user to tell their children what to do.

Pricing for ParentsRemote is $39.99. A trial version is available at

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ParentsRemote is a trademark of��Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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