How To Keep your Kids Safe on the Internet

January 15, 2008 at 12:06 pm | Posted in children, dads, Families, How To, moms, Mothers, parents, teens, Transcendent Tuesday, Tweens | 2 Comments
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Welcome to Transcendent Tuesday! 

As the parental concern grows over how to keep children safe on the internet, I would like to share an article that I recently read called “A Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety” created and distributed by the FBI in coordination with the Center for Missing and Exploited Children

This incredible artilce defines all of the terms used online today, gives parents great tips on protecting their children online, and even tells parents about behaviors to look for offline that indicate online connections.  You can surf over to the article at “A Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety” or download the The Parents Guide to Internet Safety!

Join us this week for this discussion on how to keep your children safe on the internet

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  1. The best way to keep your children safe is to know what they are doing on the Internet. Keep in mind the ‘net is a place where, not only can children mingle unsupervised with adults, the adults can mask their true intentions and identities.

    I use monitoring software to keep abreast of everything they do and everyone the communicate with. There are many available, I use a program called Spector Pro (just Google for it), it’s a wonderful tool for concerned parents.

  2. Thanks for the suggestion about Spector Pro. When you keep abreast of what your children are doing on line and who they do it with you can keep the internet safe and full of fascinating connections.


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