Ichud HaKehillos LeTohar HaMachane

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The Ichud HaKehillos LeTohar HaMachane is an Orthodox Jewish organization. It educates Jews about pornography-use habits and other problems that can result from Internet usage.[1]

The Ichud HaKehillos has a division called the Technology Awareness Group (TAG).[2] It provides various services to its target market, including installing Web filtering and monitoring software on computers, cellphones, and other devices. TAG is a registered charity supported by volunteers, and there is normally no fee for any of its services. TAG has offices in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, and elsewhere; it can also provide certain services worldwide using remote-control technology. As of February 2013, TAG had 25 offices.[3] TAG fields about 600 calls a day internationally.

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  1. ^ Otterman, Sharon (18 May 2012). "Ultra-Orthodox Jews to Hold Big Meeting on Internet Risks". The New York Times. p. A24. Retrieved 1 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "TAG - Technology Awareness Group". TAG Lakewood homepage. Retrieved 1 August 2013. The Technology Awareness Group is a division of Ichud HaKehillos. 
  3. ^ Becker, Joshua (1 February 2013). "Milwaukee Orthodox Jews act against Internet dangers". The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle. Retrieved 1 August 2013. TAG has 25 offices .

External links[edit]

Note: Ichud HaKehillos LeTohar HaMachane does not have a website.

  • NoFap: A website for those who want to abstain from pornography and/or masturbation.