Protecting Children Online

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Children spend more and more time on the Internet every day. But the Internet is filled with all kinds of information. And this information is not always intended for children.

Children spend more and more time on the Internet every day. But the Internet is filled with all kinds of information. And this information is not always intended for children.
To protect children, use the following rules:

Share the Internet. Knowing what resources your child is visiting can help protect them and your conversations will be more beneficial. Spending time online (like playing games) allows you to learn from each other.

Do not allow children to use the World Wide Web in solitude. Keep devices with Internet access in common rooms: the child will have better control over their actions, since they will understand that you are nearby.

If you cannot personally monitor your child's online activity, use parental control technologies such as free keylogger www.refog.com/free-keylogger.html can help you with this

This program will give you information with whom and what your child is talking about, what websites they visit, etc.

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