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Subscription traps, virus alerts, copyright infringement and pornography: How do I protect my children from such dangers? It is a dangerous game to let your own children surf the internet alone. The way to inappropriate content on the Internet is short after all. With these tips parents are well advised. For children, the Internet is an exciting and undiscovered place. But there are many dangers too. However, Everything on the Internet is accessible to everyone, anytime, anywhere. What appears to be an advantage in many ways is very risky for both children and parents. Because children often do not know what advertising is and what is not. Likewise, they may not have any experience of what's behind a dodgy link. You lack media literacy .You can Browse, Truveria People Search Accurate Public Records And data of anyone you need.

Self-protection through media literacy

Self-protection is the best protection. A competent handling of the Internet and the smartphone is not innate, but must be learned. Often, however, parents are not aware of the dangers of websites endangering their youth or do not know how to protect their children through appropriate security settings .The aim of media education should therefore be to build a media literacy in the child, so that it can already assess the handling of harmful or harmful content by itself when surfing the net and can safely regulate. Of course this does not mean that parents should not actively protect their children. If parents buy their children a smartphone , then they should also take care of the security attitude , respectively the child safety.

Internet safety tips for children : Make the browser safe

With solid security software, you not only protect the device from viruses, Trojans and other pests. Many solutions offer additional browser protection that protects your child from harmful websites. With such a software, you can also deposit lists of classified as threatening pages or manually add even questionable pages.

Check contact requests

Make your child aware that it should not accept any contact request - only from people who really know it. Why does a grown man write to your child without ever having seen it? Make clear with understandable examples that your child should not trust everyone blindly.

Set Rules

For media education also includes the creation of clear rules. It is important here that the meaningfulness and necessity for the child is also comprehensible. For this, parents should talk with their child about the risks of surfing and agree on the rules together in dialogue. For example, it is possible to agree on which offers are allowed in the network and why.

Determine the duration of the internet use

Whether exploring nature or sports and exercise - social contact with family or friends in the real environment should not be neglected. A fixed duration of Internet use contributes to the intelligent use of time on the Internet.Similar to the pocket money, when determining the surfing times, a weekly quota is offered, which the child can arrange on his own responsibility. The agreed PC and Internet times should be based on age and limited to leisure. Internet time should not be mixed with the time the child spends learning through media.If an agreed rule is broken or other areas of life neglected, parents can consequently reduce the agreed period of use.

Block dubious contacts

In many chat programs you can prevent the reception of unwanted messages and contact requests. Your child does not know the contact? Just block it by pressing a button.

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