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Free service: Safe streaming media for classroom

The new M86 VuSafe provides a way to show pre-approved streaming media content without the peripherals.
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The new M86 VuSafe provides a way to show pre-approved streaming media content without the peripherals (i.e. banner ads, comments, etc.) found on the source sites. VuSafe will be offered as a free service to the K-12 education market in April 2011 and is currently taking a limited number of additional Beta users.

Additionally, the M86 offering simplifies regulatory and Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) compliance through built-in policies for video submission, approval and viewing. Reporting capabilities help with proof of CIPA compliance for E-rate discounts.

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