In this article: The internet is a great place to make friends, but it’s also a great way to keep your kid safe.
This article includes a series of tips for parents who want to set themselves up to keep their children safe online.
To keep your child safe, make sure you follow these steps: Limit your kids access to pornography online.
This means not allowing them to access adult content, including porn, that you find online.
Protect your child’s privacy by blocking websites, apps and services that track your child online.
Limit their internet use to family or school.
This includes limiting their internet time to a certain amount of time per day, or limiting them to certain websites, such as Facebook or Twitter.
Limit your child to using the internet for one hour per day.
This could mean using the computer to access a video game or online chat, or watching a movie or TV show, but also limits their access to certain online services.
Use parental controls to restrict your child from using certain websites.
If your child has an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or a VPN, make them use parental controls or set up a VPN to access restricted websites.
For more information, see How to block child pornography and parental controls.
Limit your child access to social networking sites and applications.
This can include sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Vimeo and Flickr.
You can also limit your childs access to other social media apps, like Skype, Signal, Telegram and Google Hangouts.
Make sure your child doesn’t have a child pornography or child abuse website on their home computer.
This site may be linked to a known child abuse site or a website that may be advertising child abuse, or it may be on a child abuse forum.
Limit the number of accounts a child has on any website.
This is often used by parents who have kids who may be looking for a place to chat or meet other kids.
If you can, limit the number that your child may have on any social media site.
Keep your child in a safe environment.
Keep your child home from school and away from other children.
Make sure you take appropriate precautions, such a a using a password or a lock on their computer or the internet.
If there is any reason for a parent to be concerned about their child, such an incident is a very good reason to take steps to keep them safe.
If you have any questions about child pornography, please call 1-888-373-7888 or send an email to [email protected]