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Here are just six things you can do to keep the web a positive, inspiring and healthy space for your children:
One of the most valuable things you can do to protect your children online is to talk to them about being online.
Parental controls are there to ensure that innocent searches bring up innocent results. They also help you to manage how long your children can be online and prevent them from downloading apps they’re too young for.
Use a web browser created specially for kids, such as Kiddle, because it has safety controls and filters for young eyes built in. Otherwise, be sure to activate the content filters on your standard web browser or install mature content filtering software such as Net Nanny.
Write a list of apps and sites your child wants to visit. Then explore them together and make a judgement on their suitability. If they’re no good, seek and provide alternatives that are.
Make a rule about being in the same room as your kids online and being able to see the screen so that while you’re cooking, working or chatting you can keep an eye on their online activity.
As hard as it will be, don’t break the rules you’ve set.
Note: This content is general advice and should not be construed as paid-for cyber security advice and instruction.