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Surf the net together with your kids instead of monitoring their internet access.


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tangocharliepdx Feb. 6, 2011, 04:50


Personal time and mentorship is ten times better than raw accountability!

Blindsite July 28, 2011, 08:15

I think it's important to point out two things here: That technically this is still a form of monitoring and that children will need their own privacy at some point. You can't honestly say you trust someone if you're constantly looking over their shoulder and spying on them. This being said I believe the best way to develop the kind of trust in which they would feel comfortable in sharing with you whether or not you are there is to surf with them, talk with them about what they may or may not find, and in essence not "outlaw" anything, simply discuss it and let them make their own discussions. "This is why I feel this may or may not be good for you." "This is why this behavior might be dangerous and these are things you need to consider and be aware of." That sort of thing.