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  • Talk to your child about the truthfulness of content on the Internet . Show your children how accurate online content is by comparison with other relevant sources .
  • Agree with your child that you will follow their online activities.
  • Restrict the use of search engines for adults . Show and set on the homepage search engines that are safe for children.
  • Learn more about how your child uses the Internet . Ask your child to show you their favorite sites and try to understand their contents .
  • Use filter options which are available on most of the famous search engines.
  • Surf together with your child and turn his/her attention to security issues as they arise.
  • Teach your child to come to tell you when he/she senses a potentially embarrassing situation online .
  • Create a special account for your child and set the appropriate level of protection.
  • Check the web sites your child has visited in order to determine whether they correspond to the age of your child.
  • Make sure your computer is well protected (for more details see Resources)
  • Teach your children not to download illegal material from the Internet.
  • Make a list of suitable web sites .
For a list of Internet search engines for children , suitable web sites and a list of security options in browsers and operating systems , see the page Resources




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