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Top Internet Safety Tips for Parents


Parents play a critical role in ensuring their children have a safe and positive experience online but in order to do this, parents must be aware of how children and young people use the internet. Children today are connected in a multitude of different ways, but the foundation of their online experience typically begins with the technology they have at home. Cyber C3 encourages parents to establish rules, monitor use and discuss safety practices with their children as the best way to help them become safe and self-aware media users.

Top Internet Safety Tips for Parents

  1. Talk with your child about Internet safety as soon as he/she begins using the Internet.
  2. Use age-appropriate filtering, blocking and monitoring software on all Internet-enabled devices used by your child, including laptops, wireless phones and video games.
  3. Set limits on the amount of time your children is allowed on the internet and get to know the web sites your child visits most. Educate yourself about your child’s online activities.
  4. Explain to your child that he/she should never give out personally identifiable information online for example, your child should understand that he/she should not post detailed information about his/her whereabouts.
  5. Make sure your child knows never to meet someone they met online face-to-face without first talking with you about the situation.
  6. Explain to your child that they should never share their passwords with anyone including friends.
  7. Keep a note of your child’s mobile phone usage and review text messages etc. from time to time including any sent or received images.
  8.  Educate yourself on the latest threats facing kids online (e.g., cyber bullying, sexting, etc.)

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