Internet Safety for Kids

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Monitoring Child's Internet Use and other expert advice at

Here's some good piece of advice for monitoring your children's Internet surfing habits. I'm a believer that a child should not be given free reign to do as she/he pleases. Much like I don't condone tv within the bedroom. It's your job to set clear guidelines for your children. You can find a link within the free newsletter for helping with the development of a contract with your children on setting these guidelines. Just visit

Monitoring Child's Internet Use and other expert advice at "Family Safety Expert Advice from Gavin de Becker

Question: My son is on the Internet every day after school and often through the evening. Although I drop in his room to see what he's looking at and who he's communicating with, I can't be there all the time. What do you suggest?

Answer: Some families keep the computer in a common area of the house (kitchen, den, etc.) so that kids are not assured of being alone when on the Internet. An option I recommend if your son has a computer in his room is to have a second screen that displays exactly what appears on your son's computer. This is an easy thing to wire, and can cost as little as a couple hundred dollars -- or nothing, if you use the monitor from an old computer."

Victor Kimura


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