The parent trap

Burr, Ty
April 1996
Entertainment Weekly;04/26/96, Issue 324, p60
Discusses some of the ways that parents can monitor their children's use of the World Wide Web and insure that the content they are viewing is appropriate. The child-friendly directory called Yahooligans! from Yahoo!; Appropriate sites for children including Kids' Space; Sites to be wary of including Kidscom; Parental filtering software like Surfwatch and Cyber Patrol.


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