The nature of the CE scoring system is to score the websites with a system that evaluates websites on three different levels. The CE scoring and reporting system is designed to help you see the list of websites to gain a perspective of the content of the websites visited without you viewing the websites yourself.
Remember how CE monitors and logs websites. Typically, a Web page is made up of individual URLs (such as links, photos, videos, banners, etc.). Each URL is rated by the system. Someone might visit an otherwise benign website that contains one or two highly rated links. Generally, if a truly inappropriate website is visited, many or all of its URLs are given a high rating. This means when you look at the Detailed Browsing Logs, visits to inappropriate websites usually appear as a bulk of highly-rated URLs.
appropriate for all ages.
appropriate for all ages, but parents might object for
|C (Caution required)||May include
social networking sites like Facebook, chat rooms, and games
|HC (High Caution required)||May include
mild profanity or contain inappropriate material.
|Q (Questionable)||May include
dating sites, lingerie, crude humor, intense violence, and
immodest or lewd material.
|HQ (Highly Questionable)||Likely to be
inappropriate for everyone. May include anonymizers and
Please keep in mind, that you may click on any of the sites listed in the report to check the website description and rating. You will not be directed to the actual site. Instead, you will reach a page that contains several valuable tools for analyzing a website to determine if it is indeed problematic in nature. This is an invaluable asset in preventing misunderstandings, while at the same time avoiding having to directly visit a website in question. This page also contains much valuable information and tips for analyzing reports.