Section 47 U.
At the same time we must also take care to protect them from the dangers that are out there. More often than not teachers expect students to use the Internet to do their research.
As our kids progress from elementary years through high school, and then on to college, they will need our help learning how to use the Internet properly, and how to avoid its pitfalls. The extent of the control varies with age, but generally I would suggest using more restrictive access in Restricting the internet to protect minors elementary years then lifting the restrictions, as your kids get older, more mature and knowledgeable about what to do and not to do on the Internet.
Writing and math standards that used to be associated with junior high level competency are now applied to 4th and 5th graders. Many kindergarteners are learning to read before they enter the 1st grade. And yes, elementary schools have computers, lots of them; and more often than not those computers have broadband Internet access.
When my kids were at this age, years ago, teachers had planned activities that involved searching for information on the Internet. Usage of the Internet at all school levels has only increased since then.
It gives you a first-hand look at how they are being educated and gets your directly involved in the process. Limiting Internet Access at Home So when your kids come home and want to use the Internet, how can you limit their access?
Before you do anything else, I would decide on your Internet usage rules, then talk to your kids about them so they know your expectations up front. If you are involved with what they are doing at home, they are less likely to get into trouble on the Internet. If you have a router, through which your home computers get to the Internet, you can usually add controls to such a device to block websites or turn off their Internet access altogether.
It provides a rich set of tools for filtering web content and restricting web navigation to undesirable places. Notice there are numerous restrictions for this age group, as there should be. As you increase the age group, restrictions are lifted.
For my money I think the restrictions for the year old range should be pretty much the same as they are for year olds, but you may feel differently.
When kids try to browse to any of sites restricted by the parental controls, they will get screens in their browsers blocking them from accessing objectionable websites. If they want to talk to their friends, let them use the phone. Junior High and High School When your kids go to junior high and high school they enter worlds of higher academic demands.
Greater demands mean more advanced courses, longer term papers, more time spent doing research and, consequently, requires broader Internet access. During the teenage years some of the Internet access restrictions that were imposed on your kids while they were in elementary school may have to be lifted.
Where in early years you might have been tempted to block access to any websites having to do with a topic like sex or crime, it may be necessary to allow this kind of access if they are studying legitimate topics in these areas like, the biology of reproduction or crime statistics in one region or another.
No doubt your teenagers are or want to use social networks. Social networking can be a great way for people of all ages to share information in friendly way, but there are serious risks involved with using these forums.
People, and particularly teens, can expose themselves in very regrettable ways that come back haunt them. Again talking with your kids can solve the first two issues.
Titanium can help with the last one. To College, And Beyond… By the time they graduate from high school, your kids are probably knowledgeable enough to use the Internet wisely and stay out of trouble. More than likely they are mature enough to handle objectionable web content.
What I would be more concerned about at this age is the possibility of picking up malware or being duped to visit a phishing website that can steal valuable data from them. Titanium provides numerous controls for viruses and spyware, web threats, spam, network and instant messaging threats that will help safeguard your kids safe as they go off to college.
Controlling their access to the Internet, particularly when they are younger, is nothing to be embarrassed about. I work for Trend Micro and the opinions expressed here are my own.The move has been seen as a bid to appease the Chinese Government, which recently banned a number of gaming titles, restricted the sale of titles and restricted playing hours in a bid to protect.
Toward a Constitutional Regulation of Minors’ Access to Harmful Internet Speech-- Professor Dawn C. Nunziato I. INTRODUCTION In his article On Protecting Children from Speech, Professor Amitai Etzioni argues forcefully in favor of the importance, and the feasibility, of protecting minors – especially.
Sep 26, · Edit Article How to Restrict Web Browsing Using Internet Explorer. Three Methods: Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 and Vista Community Q&A You can restrict a user’s Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge web Views: K.
The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was enacted by Congress in to address concerns about children's access to obscene or harmful content over the Internet.
Guidance for Industry Compliance With Regulations Restricting the Sale and Distribution of Cigarettes and Smokeless Tobacco to Protect Children and Adolescents. minors via the Internet.3 The Court found two provisions of the of restricting the rights of minors to access constitutionally pro-tected speech 0 in a variety of fora." Generally, the Court meas- not have unlimited regulatory powers to protect minors.