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Protect Kids Online


Apr 15, 2013

 by Library Staff
 Category: (04) April 2013 | Tag: avoid fraud, scams, protect
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Kids have lots of opportunities for socializing online, but they come with certain risks. Parents can help reduce these risks by talking to kids about making safe, responsible decisions.  Below are links to OnGuardOnline.gov that can help you protect your children while they use the internet.

Kids, Parents, and Video Games

Information for parents about video game ratings and parental controls

Child Identity Theft

Warning signs that someone may have misused your child’s personal information and what you can do about it

Kids’ Privacy

Information about parents’ rights under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) 

Talk to Your Kids

Tips for chatting with kids about being online

Kids and Socializing Online

Tips for parents whose teens use social networks

Cyberbullying

Tips for parents about how to prevent or stop cyberbullying

Kids and Mobile Phones

Tips for parents whose kids use mobile phones

Kids: Texting and Sexting

Tips for talking to your kids about texting on their phones

Kids and Computer Security

Tips for talking to kids about computer security practices, phishing, P2P file-sharing and apps

Parental Controls

Parental control options for parents who want to monitor or limit their kids’ online activity

Young Kids

Tips for talking to young kids about being online

Teens

Tips for talking to teens about being online

Tweens

Tips for talking to tweens about being online

Kids and Virtual Worlds

Tips for parents whose kids may be accessing online worlds intended for adults

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