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Thread Need to restrict my kids on the use of net!

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Ernestodavid

Ernestodavid

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1 Posted on 05/29/2008 at 03:24:19
Hi people, I have been watching the activity of my kids for a week and that puts me in doubt. They have been spending too much time on the system and I found some files on the system that they shouldn’t have accessed (the ones that their age does not permit). I fear that this may spoil them from the academic view and I need to prevent them from doing this and at the same time do not want to restrict their time on the system.


Any suggestions?????
poomy

poomy

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2 Posted on 05/29/2008 at 23:31:22
I think there is not much to worry about…as they will get at facts sooner or later….but since they have a tender age…I think you should be using a parental control software. that will help you know the activities of your kids on the pc and you can also restrict them from going on the sites that you don’t prefer them to go on.


Hope this will be a reliever to you.
cdanddvdpublisher

cdanddvdpublisher

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3 Posted on 06/03/2008 at 19:33:05
Parental control software can help so can limiting time spent online... Have you talked with them about what you found?
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