SOURCE: The Children's Internet, Inc.

February 10, 2010 08:30 ET

IC Places Says -- "There's a New Sheriff in Town and He's Here to Protect Your Kids"; The Children's Internet, Inc. Is Focus of New Article for the Cultural and Lifestyle Portal

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - February 10, 2010) - The Children's Internet, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CITC), a company that delivers security solutions that allow families the freedom to roam the children's Internet in a positive and dynamic environment, is the subject of a new IC Places article titled, "There's a New Sheriff in Town and He's Here to Protect Your Kids." The article is available online at in the business section Link:

In the article, author Steven Samblis said, "The internet has been compared to the Wild West so many times that it's become a cliché. I get it... a vast, unruly world with evil nasties around every corner. But that is not the general rule. Most websites are benign and offer some redeeming value. But there are those out there that build websites with the intention of preying on others. This is an unfortunate reality. Because the internet offers such a wealth of amazing content and information, we accept the minimal risks involved in using this great tool. But what about when it comes to our kids? This is one area where the zero tolerance rule applies."

"I think the article brings up a great point, in that when it comes to our kids and the internet, we have to apply the zero tolerance rule," Richard J. Lewis, CEO of The Children's Internet, Inc. stated.

Mr. Lewis added, "This article is important because the point is -- it makes absolutely no sense to allow our children unfettered access to the internet. This is especially true because every day our kids are using the internet more and more. That is why a technology like ours makes so much sense: because it provides age appropriate standards where none currently exist."

About IC Places

IC Places owns and operates 350 U.S. city websites offering virtual keyhole views of the social, business, and cultural life in each city. Conversation in each city is fueled by a mixture of National, Regional and Local Journalists, including: Chris Knipp, John Stossel, Chuck Norris, Pat Buchanan and Margo Howard -- Niece of beloved advice columnist Dear Abby. The company is publicly traded on the OTCBB, Symbol ICPA.

About The Children's Internet, Inc.

At The Children's Internet Inc. we understand that your highest priority is the safety of your children. We have made it our business to ensure that your children are completely protected while on the Internet. We have dedicated years of research and development to create our revolutionary technology.

The Children's Internet Inc. is the cumulative work of a group of professionals dedicated to bringing the fun and wonder of the Internet to children in the safest way possible. Our highly skilled team of professional writers, illustrators and animators have created an engaging interface that gives life to The Children's Internet. Our team of technology professionals have created the revolutionary Wizard Lock Security™ that ensures the online safety of your family around the clock.


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