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About Pandora Corp.

Pandora Corporation was formed with one goal – to help our customers monitor, control and protect their families and themselves online. In the years since inception, we have made continuous upgrades to our existing programs, while introducing new software and applications for the family and small business

PC PANDORA: From keeping children safe from cyberbullying and Internet predators and shielding them from potentially harmful or mature content, to ensuring the integrity of your relationships, online records, accounts and personal information, our flagship title, PC Pandora computer monitoring software, is an essential tool in the fight against the potentially catastrophic consequences of having your privacy (or that of your family or small business) breached. First released in the summer of 2005, PC Pandora has been constantly upgraded to industry-leading specifications and has vaulted into a leadership position for parental control software by boasting a combination of features that are unparalleled in the monitoring industry. In 2010, the web-based PC Pandora LIVE! service affords parents the ability to keep their kids safe from anywhere at anytime. PC Pandora is currently in version 7.0.

PC Pandora has received a multitude of accolades and testimonials from users, reviewers and even school districts and law enforcement agencies, who use the program to help in the day-to-day supervision of the children and citizens they are charged with protecting. Making Internet safety of children a top priority, pcpandora.com offers families Tips to Safe Surfing and the well-established Pandora’s Blog, where current news in the world of online safety is discussed on a daily basis. In addition, we offer the PD Pandora Internet Safety Symposium, a free resource for spreading internet safety awareness to parents, to schools and law enforcement.


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* You may only use PC Pandora in compliance with all applicable laws. Recording the private communications and/or computer activities of others without their knowledge may result in criminal and/or civil prosecution under state and/or federal law.