Do You Monitor Your Children's Internet Usage?

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Kids are getting online earlier and earlier. When our little ones are still very little, it's easy to keep them locked in to PBS Kids, AOL Kids, Nick Jr. and other kid-friendly destinations.

It's when they get older that we have to worry about who they are chatting with and what videos they watch on YouTube.

Sure, we trust them. But there are some creepy people in the world. And while they will eventually see any, shall we say, adult video that they want to see, that doesn't mean they have to see it now.

So, parents, what do you do?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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