Style-Delights: I demand #AdFreeSearch For My Kids, Do You?

June 17, 2014

I demand #AdFreeSearch For My Kids, Do You?

#adfreesearch, #bingrewards
Eleanor Roosevelt once said “I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.” As a mother of a soon-to-be 2nd grader who 'wants to know everything about everything', I couldn't agree more! I wholeheartedly believe that a curious mind can imagine and achieve seemingly impossible things. But in today's world, where the thirst of curiosity is largely quenched by search engines and interactive media, creating a kid-friendly space for curious minds is often a challenge. I know I am there with Mili AT ALL TIMES when she is on the computer; but what about the situations when she is in school? Who can we trust when a parent or guardian is not there to keep a hawk eye on search engines? Well, seems like the people at Bing pondered over the same question! And the answer is Bing in the Classroom. By using Bing to search for anything online, anyone can earn Bing Rewards that can be donated to bring technology to schools and support ad-free searches in classrooms. Bing in the classroom is focused on helping kids use technology, satisfy their curiosity and provide ad-free, safe, private search in schools. Additionally, Bing community members can use their rewards points to earn tablets for their schools. The video below explains why all parents need to know about this amazing program!
In schools, when students use search engines other than Bing, they are shown ads that can distract from their studies. Bing in the classroom helps to get -
 All advertising removed
Strict filters for adult content
Enhanced privacy protection
Safe and ad-free search in schools via Bing will not only help teachers and students, but also help parents breathe easy that their kids will not be distracted by ads or inappropriate content while they are online in school. 
#adfreesearch, #bingrewards
As a Bing Rewards member, I am donating my rewards points to Mili's school to bring Bing in the classroom program to her classroom. You can use sign up for Bing rewards to show support for ad free search for your school.
Internet safety is a big issue for parents of young children and if you too are as passionate about ad-free search engines in schools as I am, please join the conversation on social media with hashtag #adfreesearch and #bingrewards 
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  1. So so true. I really appreciate this article. This is a huge issue I have and I keep checking on the sites they are on
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. This really is a very present issue. I do a lot of research for my academic interests and work, so it's important for me to have clean, uncluttered search results. I'm a lot more internet-savvy than when I was younger, but I'm glad my parents offered internet support through anti-virus software and internet restrictions. I'm happy to see that Bing is taking on this as part of their corporate responsibility! x


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