Protect Your Child on the Internet: A Parent's Toolkit

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Self-Counsel Press, Apr 1, 2006 - Computers - 139 pages
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The Internet is a fun and exciting place for people of all ages. However, it can also be a dangerous place for children. Protect Your Child on the Internet explains what those dangers are and how you can protect your child.The book describes, in non-technical language, how you can see where your children have been surfing on the net, and how to block what can hurt them.The Internet has become an important part of almost every child's life, allowing them to learn and explore a wealth of knowledge about every topic in the world. For many children, it has also become the main communication line to their friends. But this technology is inherent with dangers - parents now have the added responsibility of learning how to make their child's Internet activities safe.This book shows parents what the dangers are and provides simple solutions so that parents can make the Internet an educational and exciting experience for their children.

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John Lenardon is president of Data Cyber Labs, a company specialized in computer crime investigations and training. He has been consulting corporations and government departments worldwide for over 20 years. He is certified in Computer Forensics, and has written numerous manuals and books on technology and crime investigations.

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