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Covenant Eyes Introduces ‘Extreme’ Version Which Emails Internet History To Paul Washer

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OWOSSO, MI—The development team behind popular and versatile accountability program Covenant Eyes rolled out an update Wednesday, introducing a brand new “Extreme mode,” in which users struggling with pornography addiction will have a list of websites visited each day emailed straight to preacher and missionary Paul Washer. “In our field trials, we found that over […]

 

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Covenenant Eyes reports their new software has resulted in a 98% successful dissuasion of pornography among users. "To our delight we can report that very few of our users have looked at anything illicit online since our software was installed," a representative said, further stating that only 2% were found to have accessed adult material on their computer.

 

To demonstrate their success, they have released an overview of users' history in the first two weeks post-release. Among Christian males aged 16-50 with the software installed, the most searched-for items were 'Tor tutorial' at 60%, followed closely by 'VPN' at 20% and "Delete my browsing history" at 10%.

 

(Yes, this is tongue-in-cheek. Wouldn't the easy way to do this be to ask the NSA or GCHQ?)

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