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You need to monitor your child’s online activities in order to protect them!

You need to monitor your child’s online activities
in order to protect them!

Your children might absolutely hate the idea of your keeping a close eye on their activities on the internet. But in spite of that you need to do it so that you may protect your children from harm’s way. Cyberbullying is a big issue faced by internet users, and hence you need to monitor your children closely. Here are two tips on how to monitor their activities:

Placement of your desktop pc: You should keep the computer at a place where there is always some adult present around that area of the house. This way you’ll be able to comfortably observe your children. Also it’s imperative that you do not buy your child a laptop but rather a desktop computer, as the portability of the laptop will make it hard for you to monitor what he is up to. Seek the help of an expert or professional speaker who is trained to talk to your child on matters like these.

Activate proper filter on the computer: You need to set up some filters on your child’s personal computer. A professional speaker in that area has the knowledge and will assist you with one of those tracking software installed on the pc, which allows you to block inappropriate websites. This way your children won’t be able to open it. Also the tracking software will keep a history of all online activities.

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