Parental Control & Safety of
Minors on Internet
The parental control can help you in your efforts to get Internet experiences for your children
safe, funny and productive. These measures work best when used openly and honestly in
association with your children, not as a covert spying method. Whatever you are looking for,
this guide can help you understand the wide range of options for managing your family's
devices. Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions by parents about parental
What is parental control?
Parental controls are filters that allow parents to establish controls over their children's
Internet use . They are a great way to help prevent kids from accessing inappropriate content
In essence, there are three types of parental controls that parents should be aware of:
Network level controls are configured on the hub or router and apply to all devices
connected to that hub or router (which covers your entire home).
Device-level ones are set on the device itself, like a smartphone, and will apply
regardless of how and where the device is connected to the internet.
Application controls are set on the platform or application that is being
used. Examples of this would be the settings applied to Google or YouTube. Verify that
they are configured on each device that your child has access to.
There are many types of controls available, and they allow you to do a number of different
things, such as:
Filter and block content that you don't want your kids to see, like violence and
Restrict the information that is shared.
Set time limits on how long kids are online.
Control the time of day that children can access the Internet.
Set up different profiles so that each family member has an appropriate access level
Why is it so important to control the content our children see on the internet ?
Parenting in this digital age is no longer as easy as it was in the past. The rapid advancement
in technology presents ne