In the past, divorces were far less common than they are today.
This fact is hardly a surprise to anyone, unfortunately.
During the 1930s, divorce could be granted on grounds of drunkenness, insanity or desertion.
In 1930, the rate of divorce was around 100,000…while it is easily into the millions today.
So, what changed?
Today, couples are faced with threats and obstacles on every side, especially online.
From the proliferation of social media on every mobile device, to being able to search for any wild idea at the flick of a key (especially under anonymous profiles and using the incognito mode function of a browser), it’s no wonder marriages are in trouble.
These days, more couples are divorced due to Facebook scandal or undesirable online browsing histories.
Many marriage therapists have great ideas for protecting marriages from online temptations. Some recommend always sharing passwords, to prevent hiding browsing histories. Many suggest keeping the computer in a shared space, such as the living room or kitchen. But even these important gestures do not keep all temptations out of a home.
It’s important to have tools available in order to protect that which we hold most dear.
WebProtectMe is heavily invested in protecting marriages. We provide safeguard solutions for preventing wandering eyes (or even unfortunate accidents), from imposing online threats into your relationship.
If online addictions are a problem in your home, WebProtectMe has created tools you can use to prevent addictions from overtaking your marriage:
1.WebProtectMe has not only allowed you to Lock Clear History, so browsing histories cannot be deleted and hidden from a spouse, but we have also provided a companion app called Guardian. Guardian allows you to keep tabs on the web browsing on your devices, which is one more tool to keep your home safe.
2. WebProtectMe browser has provided an Enforce Strong Privacy setting to allow a safe and secure browsing environment.
3. WebProtectMe browser has also provided an Enable Filtering setting, so further filtering can be enabled, in order for specific words and phrases to be eliminated from your browsing experience.