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As a parent, there are simple precautions we can take to ensure our child's well-being and safety on the internet
Links to child safety programs, Cyber Patrol and Net Nanny are below
 

As a parent , help keep kids safe on internet Protect Your Child on The Net

  • Surf with your children. Take the time to see what they're doing online and what their interests are
  • Encourage children to adopt what they know about safety to the online world
  • Teach children never to give out any kind of personal information to people they meet online, in email nor in public places like chat rooms and bulletin boards
  • Instruct your children never to plan a face-to-face meeting alone with an online acquaintances.   If they are invited to a meeting, make sure they get your permission first; that they go with you or an adult family member and they always stay in a public place
  • If your child receives offensive or dangerous email or other communication, tell him/her not to respond and to tell you straight away
  • Alert your Internet Service Provider immediately.  Any kind of illegal activities directed at children should be reported at once to your local authorities
  • Establish clear ground rules about Internet use for your children
  • Decide whether or not to use parental control tools or protective software.     Some useful links are provided below
  • Ask service providers about parental control tools, or computer stores about "child safety software" to block, restrict, monitor and review children's activities online
  • Place your computer in the family room or another open area of your home.
  • Or use the computer together at your local community centre, school or library.
  • These simple measures will help keep you involved while your child is online
How a parent can help keep kids safe on the internet

Our children have the right to remain children, and the right to be safe

Sadly we cannot afford to forget there are some very strange people out there

Snowflakes are one of nature's most fragile things,  but just look at what they can do when they stick together

So are our kids. Let's stick together to give them a better world

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