Saturday, August 10, 2013

Keep It Clean: 8 Tools for Block Porn and Sexting

Sexting and pornography can be a problem for parents with teenage children. For teens and tweens, sexting can have serious consequences, one of which is a bad reputation. Naked Selfies still considered child pornography and are against the law. Although the photo does not do in the wrong hands, the study shows that teens who practice sexting are more likely to take greater sexual risks (such as sex), which could lead to teenage pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases .


Applications like Snapchat make it easy for children to share suggestive images, and automatic cancellation make the application seems ideal for sexting, but as someone who has learned the hard way that there is no such thing as an indelible mark. The preventive measures could do much to ensure that their children are safe with their technology.

These are some of the tools that can help keep your children safe online.



This blocks free download websites based in over 70 categories, including pornography. E 'can automatically adjust settings safe search YouTube, Google and other search engines.



Another free download, this option is good for users who do not want to be bombarded with a lot of features. Three layers of protection extreme-media-minimal, moderate and you can choose how much content is locked.



This parental control software lets you adjust the sites, programs (such as instant messaging), filters, and even alerts you when keywords are used (selected) in a conversation, so you'll get a heads up if the child inappropriate topics being discussed online. You can also restrict Internet usage during certain hours of the day, so even if you do not want to adjust the settings during the day, you can ensure that your children are not in chat at night while you sleep.

4. Safe Search settings

If you trust your children enough not to go looking for porn, and just want to avoid entering your search, so you can change the search settings on search engines like Google and Bing, iPhone or Android.

You can also encourage your children to use a search engine for kids and Safe Search for Kids.

5. FamilyShield
This program uses a slightly different approach for controlling, blocking content from the router, which means that each device connected to the Internet at home is controlled, including game consoles, mobile phones, using the Wi-Fi, etc. definitely a good choice for families with multiple devices to consider.



This site allows you to set the "key words" and then to be notified whenever the child uses the keywords in a conversation via sms or social media. It also includes a family locator so you can control the phone's GPS signal to your child. Nosy another great attention: It is illegal to use this product in adults.

7. Block User
If you receive unwanted messages, even if it's a boyfriend or girlfriend, and refuse to quit, it's time to dust off the lock feature. Images sent via SMS can be easily stopped by blocked phone number and sites like Twitter and Facebook have both blocking features as well. Do not be afraid to use them.

8. Remember only you can prevent inappropriate messages.

Communication is still the best tool when it comes to sex ting and inappropriate content. Talk to your kids about sending or receiving erotic messages and the dangers that can occur, and keep up with what they are talking online. Having open conversations and frequent help to prevent the risk decision making in the future.

How to keep your children safe online is? Let us know in the comments.

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