The web is a great place for kids to hang out and learn about topics that are of interest to them. However, there are areas on the internet that are not appropriate for children. The guidelines we have drawn up are a starting point for parents of children who surf. The most important thing is to be aware of what your children are doing online. This may mean surfing with your children, or talking to them about the sites that they like, or that they have recently discovered on the web. Make surfing a family activity, particularly with young children. Set ground rules, so each person knows what is expected of them. For example, you could go through the safety tips together so everyone understands the whats and the whys. Software solutions: Some browsers can use a password feature to lock use • There are software programs which allow the blocking of certain sites - each program works differently and can be adapted based on individual parenting styles. Some are more flexible than others, so you may want to shop around. Nick Canada site checks all the links out of its Websites to try to provide the best and safest environment for kids to explore.


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