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Sep

2016

How to Block a Website

By Ben L. Matthews

If you are a parent who is trying to gain parental control over what your young children or teenagers are able to see or what they are able to search for, then you definitely need to know how to block a website. Here are a few ways that you can either limit, and even control your child's ability to access certain places on the internet.

1. Browser Security Controls

All of the internet browsers that you may use will have options to block certain sites if you go to the tools section of the browsing program. Some, like Firefox will require that you download an add-on which can easily be done by going to Firefox's Mozilla.org site. Here are some easy directions:



Internet Explorer

Open Internet Explorer.

On the top bar select Tools.

Go down to Internet Options.

Then find the Privacy tab.

Look for Sites.

Type in the address of the site you wish to block and then press OK

Google Chrome

Open Google Chrome.

Look for the wrench symbol in the upper corner.

Click Tools.

Select the Under the Hood tab.

Find Change Proxy Settings.

Next, click Security, and then Restricted Sites.

You will have to double click on Sites and then you will be able to type in the site you want block.

Firefox



While in Firefox, click on Tools.

Then select Add-ons.

Click Get Add-ons.

Select Browse All Add-ons.

Enter Block Site for your search and you will be able to download the add-on.

Once you have the add-on you will be given instructions on how to block sites.



2. The Hosts File

You can tell any browser you use to redirect its search of a particular site back to a dead end on your computer by altering the Hosts file. What you are basically doing is instructing your computer to look for the unwanted website in a place where it does not exist. Here is how to block a site using the hosts file:

Click your Start button, then All Programs, then Accessories, and then to Command Prompt.

You will see a black DOS window.

Type notepad C:/Windows/System 32/drivers/etc/hosts and press enter.

Look for the line 127.0.0.1localhost

Right under this line, type the address that you want to block with 127.0.0.1 in front of it.

127.0.0.1 yahoo.com

This method is effective but just like with browser tools, you will need to add the sites one at a time.

3. Content Blocking Software

The most effective and reliable way to block a Diamond Foxxx website is to find good content blocking software. These programs will show you how to prevent a wide range of sites from being searched for or even stumbled upon by your kids. Many are able to quickly update from a growing list URL addresses so you don't have to worry about figuring out which to block. The more sophisticated filters will be able to scan actual page content and prevent access even to sites that are not on the banned URL list. The first two methods are free, but it will be worth both your time and money to purchase a trustworthy program to protect your family from adult content.

Author's Bio: 

I am a father of three and I want to help other parents protect their children and families from the dangers of internet pornography. Now that you have looked at three methods on how to block a website, I urge you to take a closer look at one of the best porn blocker programs I have ever seen. You can find out more by going to http://best-porn-blocker.com.

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25

Sep

2016

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Sat

24

Sep

2016

How to Block a Website

By Ben L. Matthews

If you are a parent who is trying to gain parental control over what your young children or teenagers are able to see or what they are able to search for, then you definitely need to know how to block a website. Here are a few ways that you can either limit, and even control your child's ability to access certain places on the internet.

1. Browser Security Controls

All of the internet browsers that you may use will have options to block certain sites if you go to the tools section of the browsing program. Some, like Firefox will require that you download an add-on which can easily be done by going to Firefox's Mozilla.org site. Here are some easy directions:

Internet Explorer

Open Internet Explorer.

On the top bar select Tools.

Go down to Internet Options.

Then find the Privacy tab.

Look for Sites.

Type in the address of the site you wish to block and then press OK

Google Chrome

Open Google Chrome.

Look for the wrench symbol in the upper corner.

Click Tools.

Select the Under the Hood tab.

Find Change Proxy Settings.

Next, click Security, and then Restricted Sites.

You will have to double click on Sites and then you will be able to type in the site you want block.

Firefox

While in Firefox, click on Tools.

Then select Add-ons.

Click Get Add-ons.

Select Browse All Add-ons.

Enter Block Site for your search and you will be able to download the add-on.

Once you have the add-on you will be given instructions on how to block sites.

2. The Hosts File

You can tell any browser you use to redirect its search of a particular site back to a dead end on your computer by altering the Hosts file. What you are basically doing is instructing your computer to look for the unwanted website in a place where it does not exist. Here is how to block a site using the hosts file:

Click your Start button, then All Programs, then Accessories, and then to Command Prompt.

You will see a black DOS window.

Type notepad C:/Windows/System 32/drivers/etc/hosts and press enter.

Look for the line 127.0.0.1localhost

Right under this line, type the address that you want to block with 127.0.0.1 in front of it.



127.0.0.1 yahoo.com

This method is effective but just like with browser tools, you will need to add the sites one at a time.

3. Content Blocking Software

The most effective and reliable way to block a website is to find good content blocking software. These programs will show you how to prevent a wide range of sites from being searched for or even stumbled upon by your kids. Many are able to quickly update from a growing list URL addresses so you don't have to worry about figuring out which to block. The more sophisticated filters will be able to http://chubby-sistas.easyxblogs.com scan actual page content and prevent access even to sites that are not on the banned URL list. The first two methods are free, but it will be worth both your time and money to purchase a trustworthy program to protect your family from adult content.

Author's Bio: 

I am a father of three and I want to help other parents protect their children and families from the dangers of internet pornography. Now that you have looked at three methods on how to block a website, I urge you to take a closer look at one of the best porn blocker programs I have ever seen. You can find out more by going to http://best-porn-blocker.com.

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Fri

23

Sep

2016

Harman to Collaborate with Pono and Neil Young to Bring Pono HD Music into the Car

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HARMAN, the premium global audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise

automation group (NYSE:HAR), and Pono Music shared with attendees at the

Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas their vision for offering the

highest quality music to the automobile market. Legendary recording

artist Neil Young and HARMAN Chairman and CEO Dinesh Paliwal discussed

solutions to offer the PonoMusic catalog and supreme, lossless HD

quality playback in vehicles.

"We are excited to collaborate with Mr. Young and the team at Pono Music

to expand their reach into the car and let people hear music as the

artist intended, a mission of ours at HARMAN," said Dinesh Paliwal,

Chairman and CEO, HARMAN. "HARMAN is a company of musicians and

engineers bonded together through our legacy of innovations developed

with one goal - to make music sound amazing from the studio to the stage

to the street and the car. By joining forces with Pono, we will leverage

our collective talents and assets to deliver the best in audio to those

who love music as much as we do."

On display at CES is HARMAN's new Harman Kardon® Omni HD-enabled

multi-room wireless speaker system, launched in Europe this fall and set

to ship in the U.S. in January 2015. Last year at CES, HARMAN revealed a

software-based solution called Clari-FiTM to enhance

digitally compressed music. This HARMAN technology today can be found in

a variety of automobiles, consumer electronics and mobile devices,

including the LexusTM NX, Hyundai ASLAN, JBL® Authentics and

the HTC One® (M8) Harman Kardon edition smartphone. Also announced at

CES, Clari-Fi has been ported to the Cirrus Logic Smart Codec platform.

"The PonoPlayer is not for audiophiles, it's for music lovers, who come

in all shapes and sizes. We want all of them to feel the power of true

HD quality sound," said Neil Young. "Our collaboration with HARMAN, the

leader in branded car audio, is an exciting step forward in our journey

to bring HD-quality music to people wherever they want to listen to it.

As the company that brought http://bbw-babes-fucking.easyxblogs.com us Studer, Soundcraft and Mark Levinson,

HARMAN is the ideal partner for us."



"Music is about the feeling you get when you listen to it. Up to 90

percent of a song's nuances are lost in the digital compression

process," added Young. "I speak for many songwriters, performers,

producers, engineers and fans, including myself, when I say, we all

deserve better."



About HARMAN

HARMAN (www.harman.com)

designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment

and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and

professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman

Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, Mark Levinson ® and Revel®, the

Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment

venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road

today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN

has a workforce of approximately 16,600 people across the Americas,

Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.6 billion for the 12 months

ended September 30, 2014. The Company's shares are traded on the New

York Stock Exchange under the symbol NYSE:HAR.

About Pono Music

PonoMusic (www.ponomusic.com)

was founded in 2012 by Neil Young, the legendary musician who has been

on a quest to revive the magic that has been squeezed out of digital

music due to the popularity of compressed formats. Today you no longer

have to choose between quality and convenience when listening to music -

you can have both with PonoMusic.

PonoMusic is the world's first end-to-end high-resolution music

ecosystem, including the highly anticipated hi-res online music store

officially launching at CES, the highly acclaimed and magical

PonoPlayer, and the PonoMusic World desktop software used to purchase,

download, and manage your music. The PonoPlayer is available for

preorders now on PonoMusic.com, and is on sale at a number of high-end

audio and record stores throughout the United States (http://retail.ponomusic.com).

PonoMusic is also proud to announce that the PonoPlayer will soon be on

sale at Fry's Electronics and other high-end retail chains.

HARMAN at CES 2015



The HARMAN showcase during CES 2015 offers demonstrations of the

company's full portfolio of infotainment and lifestyle audio systems

that enable the connected life. The HARMAN showcase is located at the

Hard Rock Hotel. Follow HARMAN online during CES 2015:

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Thu

22

Sep

2016

Here's the Letter Accused Insider Trader Leon Cooperman Just Sent His Investors

Read Letter Accused Insider Trader Leon Cooperman Just Sent Investors

Leon Cooperman, apparently, isn't going down without a fight.



On Wednesday morning, Cooperman and his hedge fund Omega Advisors was charged with insider trading by the SEC. The SEC says Cooperman traded on info from an executive at Atlas Pipeline Partners that eventually sent the stock climbing 31%. Cooperman and his investors pocketed $4 million. The SEC wants that plus damages back.

But Cooperman is far from opening up his bank account. He's called the SEC's charges misguided and has said he is going to fight them.



This afternoon, Coooperman sent a letter to his investors. In it, Cooperman says he is "highly disappointed" with the SEC's charges. He says he's been told by the Department of Justice that it had put his case against him on hold. He also makes some book recommendations.

"We have done nothing improper and categorically deny the Commission's allegations," Cooperman says in the letter.

Cooperman says he did get news about Atlas. But he said that he and his analysts were big believers in the energy company having invested more than $100 million in the stock before getting the news that the amateur adult flicks SEC is hinging its insider trading case on. Cooperman said his firm did buy more shares in the company after getting the insider info, but before it was officially announced. But Cooperman says the additional purchases were small relative to the size of the firm's overall position, just $3.8 million, and that he continued to buy stock in the company even after the news became public. What's more, Cooperman says he didn't end up cashing out of any of those shares in to a year later, far after the stock was moving on an impact from the news he had gotten.

The SEC also says that Cooperman traded in out of money options that were clearly made to benefit from the news Cooperman and his firm had. But Cooperman says that bogus as well. He says the options trades were meant to generate income, and are part of the firm's regular strategy, not anything Omega was doing to profit from a sudden rise in the stock prices.



You can read Cooperman's full letter to his investors below:

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