Amazon Kindle Fire criticized for lack of parental controls
from PC World
Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet is an inexpensive competitor to Apple's iPad that allows users to browse and buy digital content, but there's something missing that has some consumers up in arms: parental controls. The popular device doesn't include enough parental controls that can block access to pornography, adult content or allow unattended children to rack up charges on their parents' account.
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