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Many parents find it helpful to write up an “internet use contract” spelling out what sites their children are allowed to visit, how long they are allowed to stay online, and what to do if someone they’re communicating with requests personal information or says something that makes them uncomfortable.
Both parents and kids should sign this contract and agree on the consequences that will result if the rules are violated.
We’ve all heard horror stories about teens and pre-teens being abducted and raped by sexual predators whom they met online.
Bottom line: As parents, it’s our responsibility to protect our children from the many risks they face in today’s toxic culture.
Explicit and sexual content is encouraged to be held in private chat only.
Move the computer to a common area of the house, such as the kitchen or family room, where mom and dad can easily look over your daughter’s shoulder to see what kind of sites she’s visiting.
It would also be an excellent idea to invest in internet filtering software or sign up with a provider that blocks objectionable websites and allows for parental monitoring.