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How do I Control a particular Website Access to 15mins per day?


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ogacham2

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Hi, Im seeking a way to restrict access to a particular website to a certain amount of time per day, say 15minutes, while allowing unrestricted access to the rest of the internet. Its just one website that i want to control access to. Is there a software program freely, or cheaply available which would enable me to do this?

Edited by ogacham2, 18 January 2008 - 04:34 PM.

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Neil Jones

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Realistically not because there's no real way to determine how long you've been on said site - it just being on the screen doesn't mean anything. You either have to filter things internet-access wise fully or not at all. The other alternative is you stand behind your son/daughter for the 15mins.
What website is this, by the way?
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