Category: Internet Safety
I have been working on this blog for four years now. I think I have helped a lot of people. I am glad to continue to help people and answer questions. However, I have not addressed the “Elephant” in the room. This is the reason most of you are visiting my site. It is because you are a concerned parent and want to protect your kids and family from Pornography.
Not my Kids. Not my Family.
It is so easy to think that you KNOW what your kids are doing and what your kids' friends are doing. It is easy to think that your loved ones would never get trapped into “that sort of thing.” However I have been able to hear first hand from parents and wives that have discovered and usually a little too late, how deep their loved ones … Read More »
Kids will need to sign up for their own e-mail account depending on their school projects or interactive accounts. Here are some helpful tips and guidelines to keep your kids safe and secure with their first e-mail account.
The holidays are almost over and now we are starting to think about how to improve our lives. Here is some food for thought on how to improve your digital life!
If you want to avoid getting trampled on “Black Friday” or even “Black Thursday Night,” shopping online can be a very efficient and effective way to get your holiday shopping done. There are plenty of scammers that would love to get your information and money for their own holiday spending. No matter the time of year, protect yourself by following the “10 Tips for Safe Online Shopping.” You will be safe to buy presents for your friends and family in the comfort of your home.
10 Tips for Shopping Online Safely
1. Keep your applications and computer up to date.
Whether you use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, you will need to install browser updates in order to ensure that you have the most current security protection. The same is true for other installed applications and your computer operating system. Java Virtual Machine and … Read More »
Many of us may feel like a 'victim' of the Internet. Our kids are on it ALL DAY LONG! What can you do as a parent to restrict accessing the Internet when there is a wireless network that they can access from the corners of your home?
Get to know your wireless router!
Set up a ‘Guest’ Network for kids
Almost all wireless routers have the ability to set up a ‘Guest’ network. The ‘Guest’ network works like a hotel network. It has a separate name and password. You could use this guest network for your kids. You can turn the network on and off depending on when you want your kids to access the Internet.
Look into Parental Control Settings
Newer wireless routers have Parental Control Settings. See the video below. This wireless router allows you to restrict Internet by device and … Read More »