Should I Monitor What My Kids are Doing on the Computer?

The simple answer to this question is "yes." Although you may feel as if you are invading your child's privacy, monitoring what he or she does on the computer and maintaining an open dialogue about safe computer usages is essential to keeping your child protected. Read "5 Reasons to Monitor Your Child's Computer Activity" to learn more about why responsible parenting involves monitoring your child's activity.
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Did you know?

A study by Ipsos-Insight found that in 2002, 40% of internet users had to get their computers repaired as a result of a virus. In 2001 just 12% of internet users needed to get their computers repaired as a result of a virus.