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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Internet Safety Parent Overview Do your homework. Check the browser history to know where your child goes. Use security tools and privacy features that is provided by your browser or internet company You can also purchase seperately for extra securty. Communicating and Social Networking. Online communication consists of email, instant messaging, chat rooms, journals, or blogs, or facebook. Kids can create web profiles, then invite others to view and become friends, What to know One out of five kids get sexual solicitations online. Strangers, predators, and cyber-bullies all target children. There work is made simple when profiles have addresses, hometown, age, and gender. Profiles should be made private, personal information can be displayed as restricted. Know who your child talks to online. Review your child's buddy list. Does your child really know every one, or are they really friends of friends. Only allow your child to accept friends that he/she has met in person. Tell your child to never exchange personal information Don't give phone number, address, best friends name or picture. no party information, no meeting in person. Ever. Keep kids in sight. Computer time should be used for homework. Limit online free game play to 30 minutes. Have the computer centrally located. Your child will be less likely to browse questionable websites if mom or dad are going to walk by.
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