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Page history last edited by John Pearce 12 years, 6 months ago

Welcome to Web Safety For Kids, a wiki setup to support presentations for parents about Internet safety.  It contains links to a range of resources that parents may find helpful in a dealing with their children's use of the Internet at home. As the Internet is constantly changing some of the advice contained within this wiki, may also change and potentially become redundant.  As such the wiki is not meant to be a definitive set of practices but rather it is simply a guide.


To access information on the wiki, you can use links in the table below the all or use the links in the sidebar on the right of this page.


A Commonsense Approach to Internet Safety



Communicating openly





A word on filters



Using the browser history


Keeping up with blogs and the like using RSS



Internet searching


Copyright and creative commons



Other Resources


About The Author


Locations of visitors to this page

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