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    January 18th, 2005
    FranklinCovey and ContentWatch Sign Distribution Agreement

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, December 1, 2001-- ContentWatch today announced a distribution partnership with FranklinCovey to sell ContentCleanup and ContentWatch through the FranklinCovey distribution channels.

    ContentCleanup and ContentWatch are part of the ContentWatch line of products, and are designed to help consumers identify, remove, and protect against objectionable content on their PCs.

    ContentWatch products will be listed in the FranklinCovey spring catalog, and are available in 173 FranklinCovey stores nationwide, as well as through the FranklinCovey online store.

    "Co-branding our quality products with the FranklinCovey name ignites significant marketplace synergy," says Ralph Harding, president of ContentWatch. "FranklinCovey has developed a great reputation and worldwide respect, and we are looking forward to mutually beneficial results from this partnership."

    Product availability

    ContentCleanup and ContentWatch can be purchased by clicking on the shopping link at, or by visiting your local FranklinCovey retail location.

    About FranklinCovey

    FranklinCovey is the leading learning and performance services firm assisting professionals and organizations in measurably increasing their effectiveness in leadership, productivity, communication and sales. Clients include 80 of the Fortune 100, more than three-quarters of the Fortune 500, thousands of small and mid-sized businesses, as well as numerous government entities. Organizations and professionals access FranklinCovey services and products through consulting services, licensed client facilitators, one-on-one coaching, public workshops, catalogs, 173 retail stores, and More than 3,000 Franklin Covey associates provide professional services and products in 44 offices in 38 countries.

    About ContentWatch

    The ContentWatch line of products consists of ContentAudit for identifying objectionable content; ContentCleanup for removing objectionable content; ContentMonitor for comprehensive usage tracking; and ContentWatch for filtering protection. Based in Bluffdale, Utah, ContentWatch has customers in over 100 countries.
    For more information on ContentWatch products, visit

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    January 18th, 2005
    I ran it and it didn't leave anything nasty behind - looks okay, unlike, which puts a popup-spawning WINSERVS.EXE in Startup.

    The idea is still useless of course; looking for filenames with 'sex' (etc.) in is a completely lame heuristic, and finding 'hidden porn files' is a pretty stupid selling point if you ask me...

    Andrew Clover

    Andrew Clover

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