Those questions weren't asked because the poster wasn't asking about not being able to access things. The poster only asked about things like key stroke loggers and simple recording devices. If he/she was a juvenile then he would have been asking how to disable software such as netnanny, and as we all know, we here at G2G will not help anyone no matter what age circumvent any security related software. Things that "record" where you are going are not mostly used for prevention but more so to steal vital information.
I am just as security minded as the next person but
Like = Are you a juvenile who is going to adult sites, or doing other things that you know you should not be doing, and are worried that Mom has snuck a net nanny thyp of program into her machine to track your actions online?"
A typical kelogger doesn't prevent, and if the parents were concerned, they would use prevention software not a type of spyware thats used to steal passwords or other personal information.
Like = "Are you an employee who is using the companies equiptment in personal ways and you are trying to find out where to look to see if the boss was slick enough to upgrade his security enough to be able to catch employees who are misusing company resorces?"
Same goes for a corporation, maybe not as bad as a child looking at pornography, but none the less, if a boss is that suspicious then the person said has been busted already anyway. Even more busted if he removes any software from his employeers computers.
Last but not least = "what gives you cause to wonder if someone is going over what you do on that PC?"
I have found keyloggers on my machine before from someone unknown to me, most likely a script kiddie trying to steal my passwords, but hey you never know, it is always a good idea to know exactly what is on your machine.
Hey, just slap me if I am wrong here, however the way that you asked your question leads me to belive that you are either up to no good, or that you are thinking about doing something that you know you are not supposed to do.
I didn't get the same feeling here. I didn't feel like the question was leading to anything more than seeing what may or may not be installed on the said machine. Besides, if he/she is being watched so closely there are other methods besides keyloggers that can be used to see where the machine has traveled across the internet, and any one of those good programs that a parent will use, is password protected against removal.