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Have you ever wondered how to limit browsing of your son on the Internet and thus prevent him from seeing content for which he has no preparation or age to see them? It is that with just a 'CLICK' and in a matter of minutes, children can go around the world, access good and bad content, and how difficult to control all that, right?do you think your child surfs the internet safely? How to get children to surf the Internet safely?
On Safe Internet Day we teach you how you can make your child surf the internet safely.
The downside is that some parents, feeling unable to control their children's access to Internet, end up forbidding the connection of their children to the network. Do you think this is the best solution? I am convinced not. I believe that prohibit a child from accessing the Internet it would be the same as forbidding him to go out on the street. Dangers continue around the corner, outside schools, in parks, on the streets ... In addition, it is no longer possible to admit that children do not have access to the Internet because many of their homework depend on this connection, and part of their socialization also has a space on the network.
I have always believed that limits, when well applied, make children happy, and I adjust that to the use of new technologies and Internet. Ideally, we teach our children to be judgmental, demanding, moderate and vigilant in terms of their searches and interests, in the same way that we advise them not to cross the street without first looking if a car is coming or that they do not accept a candy from an unknown person.
Children will be able to make good use of the Internet if parents follow some advices:
1- Keep the computer in a shared area of the family home.
2- Establish the connection time and use of the computer.
3- Share some activity with the children on the web.
4- Teach children to protect their passwords.
5- Stimulate and promote critical spirit of the kids.
6- Ask children not to enter personal data, such as age, telephone number, address ... on any website.
7- Consult and monitor the browsing history of the kids.
8- To block some non-recommended websites, in the browser.
9- Update security programs and activate parental control systems that block children's access to certain content.
10- Advise children not to accept contacts or reply to emails from people they do not know, no matter how nice they are.
11- Report any suspicious situation.
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