What do the ratings mean?
Covenant Eyes Accountability monitors all web pages visited, and then displays the most relevant ones in the Accountability Report. The report will also show information for ads, video links, and pictures, etc. (Read “What Does Covenant Eyes Monitor?”)
Covenant Eyes categorizes all websites into one of six age-based ratings, which are explained below. The Filter settings are based on these ratings, and Accountability Reports can be set to show only sites with a certain rating or above (e.g., T would show sites rated T, MT, M, or HM, while M would only show sites rated M or HM).
(If you want to see the information for every web page visited, the Detailed Browsing Logs are available through My Account.)
Generally appropriate for all ages.
Generally appropriate for all ages, but parents might object for younger children.
Generally appropriate for adults and teenagers, but parents might object to these sites for children. This content may include social networking sites like Facebook, chat rooms, and games with violence.
MT (Mature Teen)
Generally appropriate for adults and mature teenagers. This content may include mild profanity or contain material inappropriate for younger teens.
May be considered appropriate by many mature adults, but is generally inappropriate for teenagers. This content may include dating sites, lingerie, crude humor, intense violence, and material of a sexual nature.
HM (Highly Mature)
Likely to be inappropriate for everyone. This content may include anonymizers, nudity, erotica, and pornography. Proactive Accountability Partners should look into each rating of HM and use the report as a starting place for discussion.