Browser called Click Clever which enables Microsoft launched its netter little surf safely, and reported to the authorities if found illegal content or actions of cyber bullying. Click Clever is basically a browser Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) that was developed for use among children. In collaboration with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center (CEOP), Microsoft presents a browser that protects children from Internet harm only with one-click access to a reporting tool.
By clicking the reporting tool in Click Clever, users can inform their illicit content found to be immediately followed up. Children and parents also can ask for help or just advice on how to deal with cyber-bullying action. "This child's special IE8 lets users get to share information and access the Internet securely," said Business and Marketing Officer of Microsoft Matthew Bishop. "The browser is like to be a container that meets the security needs of the family will surf. The parents were definitely going to feel secure and support these browsers," he added. In the UK, nearly two-thirds of Internet users under the age of 18 years admitted in touch online with someone they do not know.
Microsoft's data revealed, they are generally one-third of responding to the invitation of friends from these strangers. Unfortunately, 58 percent of Internet users under the age did not receive supervision from their parents for them to access the Internet. "The presence of this new tool is expected to save the children from the negative risks with one-click support services," Matthew closed.