Create a comfortable climate
As parents, we are liable for providing as better environment for our children as possible, including material and mental conditions. In nowadays hi-tech world, the swift and slashing growing of Internet gives rise to junk culture which leading to imbalance climate of the cyber world: hot pornography and cold violence.
We have to admit that the Internet is an excellent information tool. However, it is a fact that 1 in 5 children will run into sex and violence content while hanging about on the Internet. It is, in all probability, that even someone who are not browse offensive content at all may come across the same as some unhealthy sites draw people to them even when they search for something as innocent as spam filters. Once exposed to porn, our kids will turn out to fall into a bad habit which results in a very poor addiction.
Therefore, how to create a comfortable online climate for your kids should be engaged into routine parenting work. According to some parenting theory, it covers work in two areas——communication and prevention.
The first thing you should do to safeguard your kids from harmful online content is to communicate with them. Only if be aware of the possible danger can they escape on their own initiative. Timely communication will effectively reduce the invaded danger.
Apart from the above, another main measure we should take is to make use of porn filter software that will aid you in preventing these harmful area altogether. Porn filter software is one type of parental control software. It enables you to control, restrict and record access and usage of computer and Intenet. You can control how long, and when users are allowed to use the computer, prevent the use of specific programs, block access to certain websites, restrict access to Windows functions, and more. This is relatively a better way to exclude the dangerous sites and programs.
Much to your chagrin if you are a parent, so too might your young child. Unless keep your children away from the Internet, take these steps to create a neither too hot nor too cold, neither erotic nor violent cyber space for your children.
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