Norton Online Family: Making the Internet Child-Safe? - Norton Online Family: No-Spy Monitoring
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Many parents shy away from monitoring services because they don’t want to feel that they are spying on their children, and many children resist the idea of being monitored, likening this approach to being treated as though they can’t be trusted.
Norton Online Family attempts to alleviate this struggle by taking an open, straightforward approach to promoting child safety on the Internet.
At any time, children can view the rules you’ve put into place. They’ll also be made aware that their searches may be monitored and run up against warnings when they come close to breaking restrictions. When they attempt to enter a site belonging to a category you’ve banned, children will be presented with a warning and told that you’ll get an alert to their activity.
Norton Online Family’s approach is meant to promote communication, not mistrust, among families using the Internet. Children know what they’re aren’t supposed to do, parents explain the why.
Parents see what they’re children are doing online so they know more about their child’s needs, wants, questions and social activities.
Want to give Norton Online Family a test-run to see if it’s the right choice for your family?
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