This feature maintains a list of trusted websites. These may then be used to limit web access to only approved sites for children or people with severe cognitive disabilities, or to provide a safe home base of web access for any user. It could also prevent the user from entering personal information on non-trusted sites. Sites could be added to the list from a user or caregiver or from a shared set of trusted sites.
Discussion by Disabilities
- This feature could help people with cognitive disabilities use the Web independently, because it reduces their risk of sharing personal information with untrusted sites or browsing to undesired sites.
- Most Web browsers maintain a list of trusted sites and provide warnings about sites that are suspicious, lack appropriate security, or have incorrect security certificates.
Contributions & Discussion
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