The court heard how the pictures were found on the family computer under Gaunt's password-protected profile.
What does FAMICOM stand for?
FAMICOM stands for Family Computer (Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan; also Super FAMICOM)
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Richard Roberts, a senior forensic investigator from West Mercia Police, said internet searches for "how to commit euthanasia", "HIV testing" and "sexual health clinics" had been carried out on the family computer under the username Hugh.
She said the daughter informed her mother that the family computer had been used to access child pornographic sites.
At first, Bill shared a desk and chair that his school-age children used for the family computer.
The Z2 solves the common problem of teens vying for time on the family computer to IM with their friends and does so without additional fees or the hassles associated with the PC.
Byline: DENNIS McCARTHY While his mom sat at the family computer last week waiting, 12-year-old Nathan Crookston searched for the right words to tell her.
Netintelligence Parental Control includes all the above features and enables parents with little technical knowledge to monitor and control their children's use of the family computer.
Suggest that they make changes on the family computer so you don't stumble across any more unwelcome images.