Protect Your Children Online

This book is a must for any parent with children using smartphones, tablets or computers. It explains how to protect your children from online predators, cyber bullies and explicit content while online.

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“The 101 Internet Safety Tips is an amazing tool for parents and children. As a single parent, it can be a challenge being on top of the internet usage by my children but the tips provide me confidence that I can manage it in partnership with my kids, and they become savvy along the way”

Anthony

“I worry about what my kids are exposed to online. Adult content can pop up when doing research for school work. This book has really helped minimize those dangers.”

El Davis

“This book is full of great advice. There is stuff in here that I had never thought of before. A must read for any parent”

AJ Perry

“The internet has truly revolutionized the way in which society interacts and in particular the exchange and rapid availability of information. Arming our children with knowledge on how to protect themselves on the internet is one of the best things we can do to ensure their safety as the risks and dangers can never be underestimated.”

Donna

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Tip #3 Take the Quiz

Many Internet safety websites offer online multiple choice quizzes that children can take to test their knowledge about being safe online. After discussing Internet safety with your child, suggest they take the quiz in this book to show you what they know.
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Tip #54 Kids Social Sites

If your child wants to join a social networking site, suggest those specifically designed for kids, like Webkinz or Club Penguin. These sites offer gaming and a social atmosphere in a kids-only environment. They also have built in privacy features, like use of an avatar instead of a profile photo.
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Tip #27 In-Person Meetings

Do not allow children to meet online friends in person. This can be difficult for young children to understand, especially if they feel they “know” the person from multiple on-line conversations. If they insist on meeting an on-line friend, accompany your child and meet in a public place.
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Tip #31 No Secrets

Tell children to let you know if anyone online asked them to engage in a conversation or activity that was to be kept secret. Explain that there is no reason to keep a promise with a stranger, especially when the stranger specifically says not to tell parents.

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Protect Your Children Online

This book is a must for any parent with children using smartphones, tablets or computers. It explains how to protect your children from online predators, cyber bullies and explicit content while online.

This book is free to download, just enter your name and best email to receive your copy today…

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