How to protect a child who spends a lot of time on the Web from inappropriate content?
Does your child spend a lot of time on the Internet? If so, you are definitely worried that he may become a victim of dishonorable people, gain access to obscenities, cruelty, etc. Experts recommend taking several steps to help protect your child from inappropriate content. For example, Google has a "Google Safe Search" feature, where you can set "moderate" (obscene images are filtered out) or "strict" (both texts and pictures are filtered out) filtering. Adjust your child's social media page settings. Set your personal profile to be visible only to friends (or friends of friends), not to everyone. Set up protection against spam and against strangers in programs like ICQ: change the status to "invisible" - while the child will be able to communicate only with those he knows. Learn to report inappropriate content. For example, YouTube has a "Report inappropriate video" button, as well as a "Safety Center" section - recommendations for dealing with online harassment.