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Blocking These Websites Will Make Your Kids’ Online Life Safer

October 2, 2015
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Modern parents have many things to take care of to make their kids safe. One of these things involve making sure your kids don’t stumble upon some inappropriate content online. The danger of that is just too high to let the whole thing be unsupervised. Any kind of content is open to everyone on the Internet and, even if your kids are not looking for something edgy (the majority of them do, though), they can easily be exposed to it by chance. So, here are some sites’ examples to add to your block list.

Match.com, MeetMe, Tinder, etc.

You may not believe it, but a big percentage of teens use dating websites. There are many sites created specifically for teens (which are also not that safe), but the truth is that teens use dating sites for adults, as well. How would you feel if your kid was communicating and flirting with some middle-aged person? Some kids do it for fun, some look for the relationships, but either way it is not appropriate for children to use such sites, so you should definitely add them to the list of websites to block for children.

PornHub, Kink, Youjizz.com etc.  

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Source: Mirror.co.uk

Well, this is completely self-explanatory. There are many sites with explicit content that should be forbidden for kids. And since they can easily lie about their age and watch a bunch of inappropriate videos and pictures, the best option is to block such sites.

Omegle, Chatroulette, Flipchart, etc

Teens cannot live without chatting online these days. And it is one thing when they talk to their friends. When they talk to strangers in different chat rooms, there is always a risk of getting in trouble. The majority of these chats are anonymous and you never know who you’re going to talk to next. Be sure to find and block all the major chat rooms you can find.

There are also some video chat rooms that you should add to the list of websites to block for kids such as Omegle or Chatroulette. Even if teens go there with the good intentions of meeting friends, there is just too much explicit content.

Poker online, addictive video games

Kids can easily fall for addictive games. That is why it is essential to block all the big sites where you can gamble or play some game for free at first and then have to pay to continue. These websites should definitely be blocked.

Snapchat, Whisper, Yik Yak, etc.

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Source: BeenVerified.com

It should be solely up to parents to decide whether to allow their kids creating social profiles. However, there are some social networks worth blocking for valuable reasons. For example, the sites and apps such as Whisper, Yik Yak, and others bear many dangers for kids including cyberbullying, online scams, sexting, etc.

Controlling your kids’ usage of the Internet today is as important as controlling their eating habits. The things they see and read online as well as the activities they get involved into can form their character and influence their mental development. Make sure their online experiences do not involve anything similar to the listed websites. And do not forget to block websites for children on the mobile devices, too, as kids can easily go there after you forbid the sites on their computer. You can use iOS or Android child monitoring app for these purposes. And don’t forget to explain the necessity of doing it to your kids before you block anything.

Do you block any sites and apps on your kids’ devices? Share those sites in comments!

Rachel Fowlers
Rachel Flowers is a journalist with a big passion for technologies. She has recently graduated from San Francisco State University and sees herself as a freelance writer. She enjoys blogging about computer and mobile technologies as well as different software. In her free time, she learns coding and foreign languages. Contact .

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