The opportunities kids have to socialize online come with benefits and risks. Adults can help reduce the risks by talking to kids about making safe and responsible decisions.
Here's how to prevent or stop cyberbullying through conversations.
Chatting with kids about being online is important. Your kids are counting on you to share what you know.
If your kids are online, they’re old enough to know about computer security practices, phishing, P2P file-sharing, and apps.
Do your kids use a mobile phone? A little guidance can go a long way.
Have you and your kids talked about social networking yet? Here are some conversation starters.
Are your kids accessing online worlds intended for adults?
Texting is a way of life. Here are some tips for talking to your kids about texting.
Tools like game ratings and parental controls can help you learn about the games your kids want to play — and help you make sure they’re playing according to your rules.
Read about parental control options for those who want to monitor or limit their kids’ online activity.
Here’s information about parents’ rights under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
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