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The Ultimate Internet Safety Guide

Today it is evident that children spend too much time online. They do homework, play games, watch movies, and communicate with one another via the Internet. Being a parent, you should protect your kids’ pastime. As the statistics show, 79% of kids learned about online security from their parents. Thus, you should know and teach your little ones how to behave safely on the Web.

We have put together a list of guidelines on the Internet security, privacy and identity protection. They will help you form safe habits so that you can impell your kids follow them carefully.

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    Set family rules on when, where, and for how long your children are allowed to use the Internet. The online access for fun should be a meritable award, not a matter of course.
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    Know and understand the rules of websites your kids visit. Some of them may be restricted for children under a certain age due to disclosing content inappropriate for kids or some other reasons.

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    Set privacy settings on social networks. Most of them have a public and private publish modes. By setting the private one, you will prevent your kids from being contacted by strangers.

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    Prevent your children from sharing personal data like name, school, age, phone number, email, and home address with strangers. Thus, you will avert many dangers like identity theft, robbery, bullying, and even kidnapping.

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    Prevent your kids from posting photos of themselves. Some shots, especially sefies, may contain information like school location or home address, and can be used by online predators to track your child.

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    Do not let kids either send or open messages (including photo and video content) coming from strangers. They may contain viruses or be used for some other fraudulent motives.
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    Teach your kids to inform an adult, once they have noticed any kind of misbehavior against themselves. Thus, you will be able to avert cyberbullying or online predators’ attacks at early stages.
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    Tell your kids about the importance of keeping logins and passwords private. Explain that such data should not be shared even with friends. If a password had already been shared with someone, it should be changed as soon as possible.

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    Children should be polite and respectful when communicating with others on the Web. Though you can’t see the one you chat with, there is a human being at the other end, who should not be offended in any anyway.

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    Children should be polite and respectful when communicating with others on the Web. Though you can’t see the one you chat with, there is a human being at the other end, who should not be offended in any anyway.

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    Tell your kids about the importance of keeping logins and passwords private. Explain that such data should not be shared even with friends. If a password had already been shared with someone, it should be changed as soon as possible.

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    Let them know the danger. Tell your kids about cyberbullying, online predators, scammers, and other perils they may face while surfing the Web. Informed means prepared.

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    Also, consider applying parental control software so that you could monitor each step taken, every website visited or a message received. Thus, you will be able to ensure that nothing puts your kids in danger. Build your relations on trust and never leave your kids face-to-face with possible threats. Keep your eyes open!