February 18, 2019
These days, parents give their pickney phones or tablets to keep them quiet. Often these devices are used for playing games or connecting friends. Well, folks, think you should exercise a little more caution. There are some dark places on the Internet that you don't want your kids exploring. Imagine, your pickney is playing a game online, he gets an ad, another ad, another ad, and before you know it he ends up on a site that is not appropriate for children let alone adults.
Google is not a babysitter. It won't filter out inappropriate or violent material. So if you want to be a responsible parent use tried and proven ways to limit your child's browsing capabilities. This way you won't have to worry about them ending
up on an inappropriate site? Here are a few ways you can protect your pickney online:
1. Be Interested in What They're Doing.
2. Set Clear Boundaries.
3. Set Restrictions on Search Engines.
4. Protect Your Passwords.
5. Limit Access to WiFi.
6. Use Kid-Safe Social Media.
7. Filtering Software.
Learn more about these tips to protect your kids online at Cloudwards.net