Some ISPs (Internet service providers) offer filtering options, while others offer server based solutions that automatically block inappropriate content. In addition, some ISPs and online services let you opt out of the protected system with a password, which is a convenient, flexible option.
From your control panel, click on "Internet Options." Once you have the Internet properties box open, click on the "Content" tab, then click "Enable." From here, you can select the rating levels you'll allow users to see, set approved sites, and create a supervisor password.
Allow your child the freedom to browse safely by downloading a free web browser and filter like Kidzui, which offers kid friendly games, videos, and content. Kidzui hides the entire screen by default, which helps keep less savvy online surfers from wandering elsewhere.
Once you've set up your parental controls and filters, sit down for a chat with your online newbie. Let them know that there are strangers online, too. Advise your child to never give out personal information including their name, address, phone number, age, or school. Also, set some family rules for online safety and use and be sure everyone in the family understands and agrees to them.
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