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Saturday, February 7, 2015

What's Protecting Your Children from Online Danger?

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How are you protecting your children
from online danger?

Are you monitoring your child's internet time? Many parents today are taking advantage of the available internet filtering software to ensure that their children are protected from pornography and predators. If you don't keep an eye on your child when their online then how do you know if their taking the right precautions to protect themselves or if they're trying to view adult-only sites behind your back?  

Did you know that...

  • Children and teenagers use computers and the internet more than any other age group.

  • 90% of children between the ages of 5 and 17 use computers on a daily basis.

  • 75% of 14-17 year olds and 65% of 10-13 year olds use the internet.

  • What precautions are you taking to ensure the safety of your children?
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    1. This is a great blog. I'm glad I found it. Appreciate the advice on online dangers. I have a 10 year old who is starting to get online more and more. I've tried to divert her by getting her to write a book! Works so far!

      1. I too am very happy that you found my blog! I hope you continue enjoying my work. New content is on its way!

        My daughters are ages 8 & 9 and lovers of the web! It's hard to keep kids offline these days. Knowing the facts can make a big difference when you least expect it!


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