PC Pandora monitors and records all peer-to-pee and file sharing activity so you can see if they are downloading or trading copyrighted material, pornography, or anything else you deem inappropriate for young eyes or your employees.
Peer-To-Peer (P2P) applications allow users to share files of any type through the internet. Some popular applications include Kazaa, Morpheus, LimeWire, eDonkey, eMule, iMesh, BearShare, uTorrent, Bit Comet and Bit Torrent. The majority of these applications are used to download and upload music and movie files, most of which are copyrighted and therefore illegally traded. But these applications can also be used to share pornography, sometimes child pornography.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) have both sued individual illegal downloaders in the past.
Currently, both companies are working with Internet Service Providers to fine and reduce - or even cancel - service to illegal downloaders.
Many parents consider pornography to be immoral and do not want their children looking at it. But when it comes to child pornography, it is downright illegal. The government has a zero tolerance policy and people caught sharing, trading or just in possession of child pornography will face jail time. If your teenager is caught swapping naked photos with their significant other, they could bee prosecuted under child pornography laws!
With PC Pandora's P2P guard, you'll know what files have been downloaded and with what programs, so you can block them from continuing the illegal activity. Teach your kids "Thou shall not steal" and hold them to it!