Keep online socializing to a minimum. Let your
kids use sites like Webkinz or Club Penguin where chat is
pre-scripted or pre-screened.
Explain the basics of correct cyber behavior.
Tell your kids that things like lying, telling secrets, and being
mean still hurt in cyberspace.
Tell your kids not to share passwords with their
friends. A common form of cyberbullying is when kids log
in to another child's email or social networking account and send
fake messages or post embarrassing comments. Kids can protect
themselves from this by learning early on that
passwords are private and should
only be shared with their parents.
A Parent's Guide to Facebook; Connecting Safely: (Takes a
few minutes to download!)
- Suggestions and tips on how to help your family use social
networking appropriately and safely by utilizing Facebook's safety
& privacy features to help protect your family from
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