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Protecting Children on the Internet


Recommendations to keep your children safe on the Internet

Source: No Profile for Online Predators

  • Computers should be placed where adults can watch children.
  • Never allow children to have a computer in the bedroom.
  • Create a MySpace.com account to check out what your children are saying or doing.
  • Talk to your children about the information they post on the Internet. Don't approach them in an accusing manner or as if you are questioning their motives. No knee-jerk reactions.
  • Take a class or get some books to help you become familiar with computers, if needed.
  • Always check the history on the computer to find out what sites your children visit on the Internet.
  • Use safety features and filters to block out sites you don't want your children visiting.
  • If children are approached or solicited on the Internet, contact an agency such as the National Center for Missing or Exploited Children's CyberTipline (www.cybertipline.com).
  • If someone begins to aggressively solicit a child and try to set up a meeting, contact the appropriate law enforcement agency.

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