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Kids Online Safety
Online Safety Tips for Children, Young People, and Parents!
As more and more children are involved in various online activities, responsible parents should ensure kids online safety by all possible means. Visit these sites to get resources and practical advice to help young kids, kids, teens and parents safely enjoy the online world.
From the SafeKids.com. Kids Rules for Online Safety (for pre-teens). I will not give out personal information such as my address, telephone number, parents’ work address/telephone number, or the name and location of my school without my parents’ permission.
From the National Academies. An excellent source of education on where unwanted content comes from, and why you need to get educated! Includes information on how to report an incident if your child has been a victim of pornography, sexual predation, spam, Internet fraud, or harassment.
From the FBI. U.S. Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation. A Parent's guide to Internet Safety.
From the Internet Education Foundation. A site dedicated to educating parents and kids about online risks.
From i-SAFE America Inc. Endorsed by the US Congress, this non-profit foundation has developed a classroom curriculum and community outreach programs.
From the Internet Keep Safe Coalition. This site teaches basic rules of Internet safety to children and parents. Great for getting younger kids on the right track early.
A startling report from The New York Times Science section that highlights the dangers of sexually explicit Internet content. It's not just amusement; it's like a drug.
From Parent & Teen Universities, Inc. This site brings to the community the more disturbing facts about youth culture, and how important it is to get involved. Not just about Internet stuff. We saw the founder, Danny Holland, speak. If you can get him to visit your community, do it. Dynamic and engaging.
The Safe Online Outreach Society's purpose is to educate the public about exploitation on the internet by doing research, creating materials and delivering presentations and workshops that will train youth, professionals and parents on how to recognize and respond to online sexual exploitation and assist children and youth affected by this issue.
Developed with the needs of today's Internet-savvy family in mind, Famster offers people a place to celebrate and nurture their family lifestyle. Famster is the only online community to combine best-of-class networking tools and accessible expert advice that aids in the development of a more fulfilling life. Famster members can blog, share photos and video, create virtual scrapbooks, keep track of dates and addresses, instant message, email and so much more, all in a private environment.
Children of all ages use the Internet for so many reasons. The benefits of Internet must not out weight the dangers that kid are faced with. As a parent, protection of a child is a duty that must not be taken lightly. Many High Speed Internet Providers provide tools to help parents keep a watchful eye on their children. Even as a kid you want to be taken seriously and trusted. Follow the Internet Guidelines for Kids on this site to show the importance of Internet responsibility.