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BREAKING: If You Own a Netgear Router Do This!

It was recently discovered that 11 Netgear Wireless routers have serious network security flaws. It is imperative that Netgear releases a security patch immediately.

It comes as a surprise to all but it appears that Disney Circle is the ring leader in causing this security error.

–> https://www.pcmag.com/news/thanks-to-disney-11-netgear-routers-need-to-be-patched-immediately

As you can see from the article below, this is not the first time Disney Circle has caused issues. This goes back as far as 2017 when it was released that Circle had more than 23 vulnerabilities!

–> https://threatpost.com/popular-circle-with-disney-parental-control-system-riddled-with-23-vulnerabilities/128711/

Here is what we recommend.

Clean Router has just released version 5 of their router. It is built on the latest and greatest security patches and protocols to avoid any of these issues that Disney Circle has caused.

Not only does Clean Router provide a secure router, but it also has incredible internet filtering capabilities.

Some of the main reasons people (especially parents) love Clean Router is because they offer top of the line Parental Controls that cannot be matched. If you don’t believe me, watch the video below.

Clean Router has developed a cutting edge device to keep your kids safe online even when they are not home. Clean Router has recently released a new product called CleanPhone! CleanPhone is a way to ensure your kids’ safety even when they are outside the filtered WiFi of Clean Router.

CleanPhone offers the same Parental Controls as Clean Router and more! Check out these features here!

Due to the massive effect that Disney Circle caused Netgear Routers we are offering a 15% discount for life!

Use Discount Code: Clean15Percent to Save 15% for life on Premium!

Order your Clean Router today!

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Teens are spending more time on screens and enjoying life less

It may seem like today’s teens only enjoy screen-related activities, but researchers say the excessive screen time is keeping them from enjoying much of anything.

Researchers from the University of Southern California wanted to understand a previously documented correlation between teens’ screen time and substance use. They believed that anhedonia, the reduced ability to experience pleasure or enjoy previously favored activities, may explain why teens who spend more time on their screens are more likely to use controlled substances. Anhedonia is a common symptom of depression, and other research had pointed to a relationship between screen time and decreased mental health.

The study surveyed over a thousand fourth graders four times over the course of three years about their screen time and anhedonia. As the researchers had thought, the teens who spent more time on their screens were more likely to experience anhedonia. The teens who experienced anhedonia were also more likely to engage in substance use, thus confirming the theory that anhedonia was a factor in the correlation between screen time and substance use.

It’s a phenomenon we have all experienced, on a small scale at least. After finishing an episode of a tv show, the most attractive activity is another episode. After a morning of binge-watching Netflix, it’s hard to feel motivated to get up and go for a hike. The more we invest in social media, the more reality feels dull and colorless in comparison. We’ve all seen children often wander in circles after Mom turns off the tv. Real life is slower, understated, and less flashy than life plugged in.

When we understand better how our brains work, and how stimuli affect our brains, it allows us to go through life aware and equipped to take control. We can second-guess our lack of desire to unplug and remind ourselves of the joys of in-person interaction, the outdoors, physical exercise, and more. Mindfulness helps us see through the brain fog and remind ourselves who we really want to be.

You can read the study here.

Ready to help your family unplug? Clean Router is the best parental controls router on the market with device-specific scheduling, web content filtering, black and white lists, and the option to block ALL porn sites. We stand by our products with a 100% money-back guarantee, so you have absolutely nothing to lose. Why wait? Online peace of mind is only a few clicks away.

Order your Clean Router today!

pexels-photo-278312.jpeg

Teens are spending more time on screens and enjoying life less

It may seem like today’s teens only enjoy screen-related activities, but researchers say the excessive screen time is keeping them from enjoying much of anything.

Researchers from the University of Southern California wanted to understand a previously documented correlation between teens’ screen time and substance use. They believed that anhedonia, the reduced ability to experience pleasure or enjoy previously favored activities, may explain why teens who spend more time on their screens are more likely to use controlled substances. Anhedonia is a common symptom of depression, and other research had pointed to a relationship between screen time and decreased mental health.

The study surveyed over a thousand fourth graders four times over the course of three years about their screen time and anhedonia. As the researchers had thought, the teens who spent more time on their screens were more likely to experience anhedonia. The teens who experienced anhedonia were also more likely to engage in substance use, thus confirming the theory that anhedonia was a factor in the correlation between screen time and substance use.

It’s a phenomenon we have all experienced, on a small scale at least. After finishing an episode of a tv show, the most attractive activity is another episode. After a morning of binge-watching Netflix, it’s hard to feel motivated to get up and go for a hike. The more we invest in social media, the more reality feels dull and colorless in comparison. We’ve all seen children often wander in circles after Mom turns off the tv. Real life is slower, understated, and less flashy than life plugged in.

When we understand better how our brains work, and how stimuli affect our brains, it allows us to go through life aware and equipped to take control. We can second-guess our lack of desire to unplug and remind ourselves of the joys of in-person interaction, the outdoors, physical exercise, and more. Mindfulness helps us see through the brain fog and remind ourselves who we really want to be.

You can read the study here.

Ready to help your family unplug? Clean Router is the best parental controls router on the market with device-specific scheduling, web content filtering, black and white lists, and the option to block ALL porn sites. We stand by our products with a 100% money-back guarantee, so you have absolutely nothing to lose. Why wait? Online peace of mind is only a few clicks away.

Order your Clean Router today!