Posts made in April, 2011


Pediatricians Tell Parents: Active Participation Required to Supervise Online Activities

Posted by on Apr 21, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Pediatricians have taken a stand on internet safety. The American Academy of Pediatricians recently said that doctors need to “Discuss with parents the importance of supervising online activities via active participation and communication, as apposed to remote monitoring with a “net-nanny” program (software used to monitor the internet in the absence of parents.)” I couldn’t agree more! It’s absurd for parents to rely on any filtering, blocking, keystroke recording, and monitoring technology that runs without parental involvement. When parents know what their children are doing online, then they...

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