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Internet Safety (Disney)
http://disney.go.com/guestservices/safety
Internet Safety (Disney)
The best form of Online Safety begins at home with you, the parent. We offer you the following tips to keep your child safe on the Internet.
The best way to know what your child is doing online is to ask. Whether you ask other parents, an Internet-savvy friend, or your child about how they use the Internet asking the right questions will help you understand what your child is doing online so you can make sure they are making safe online choices.
While the Internet offers amazing opportunities for entertainment, education, connectivity, and more, anyone who goes online should understand basic Online Safety.
Teaching these basics to your children is essential. .... see this list
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Helping Your Kids Blog Safely
http://bit.ly/lCbfqW
Helping Your Kids Blog Safely
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School Computing : Online Safety (Wiki)
http://schoolcomputing.wikia.com/wiki/Online_Safety
School Computing : Online Safety (Wiki)
Excellent .. recommended read
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KS3/4 ICT - Online Safety (online video)
http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/KS3-4-ICT-Online-Safety-6039010/
KS3/4 ICT - Online Safety (online video)
This programme outlines simple classroom activities to help teachers to take practical steps to keep pupils safe online and to increase awareness of the potential dangers of internet usage.
http://bcove.me/owfzhsqb
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Microsoft : Online Family Safety
http://www.microsoft.com/security/family-safety/
Microsoft : Online Family Safety
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Safe Searching
http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/safesearching/
Safe Searching
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Help your kids use social websites more safely
http://www.microsoft.com/security/family-safety/
How to help your kids use social websites more safely
These days, many kids draw little distinction between real life and online life. They may use social websites designed for children such as Webkinz or Club Penguin, or social websites designed for adults such as Windows Live Spaces, YouTube, MySpace, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, and others. Whatever they're doing, they should understand that many of these web pages can be viewed by anyone with access to the Internet.
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UK Discussion Group for Parents
http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/
UK Discussion Group for Parents to discuss issues particularly related to safety ... including online safety.
chat | discussion | online | internet | safe | safety | policy | parent | parents |
Come in to find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology.
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Youth, Pornography and the Internet
http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?isbn=0309082749
The National Research Council has released "Youth, Pornography, and the Internet," a 420-page study focused on keeping children safe on the Internet. The panel took a moderate stance, advocating for teaching children how to use the Net safely.
A 14-chapter report published by the National Research Council in 2002 takes a sober look at the legal, technological and social means that parents and teachers can use to shield children and teenagers from virtual smut.
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Safe Surfing with Doug
http://www.disney.co.uk/DisneyOnline/Safesurfing/index.html
A parents guide to Safe Surfing The Internet offers children wonderful opportunities for entertainment, learning and personal growth.
However, you may have concerns about the potential risks that could face your children when they navigate the online world.
Disney Online is committed to helping families to use and enjoy the Internet safely. This is why we have launched Safe Surfing Week in order to help families to become more informed about Internet safety.
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Photosensitive Epilepsy
http://www.epilepsy.org.uk/info/photosensitive-epilepsy
Photosensitive epilepsy is the name given to that form of epilepsy in which seizures are provoked by flickering light encountered in everyday life. Both natural and artificial light sources may precipitate seizures, but the commonest precipitant appears to be television.
Visual display units (VDUs)
Contrary to public belief, the use of professional VDUs rarely presents any risk to the person with epilepsy. The risk of a seizure occuring depends on the material being displayed. Most current computer displays have scan frequencies of 60 per second and above. These are unlikely to provoke seizures. Computer displays with liquid crystal screens are flicker free. However, there are still some computer games where a conventional television monitor is used and these have the same drawbacks as television.
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Staying Healthy At Your Computer
http://www.ab.ust.hk/hseo/ergo/index.htm
Staying Healthy At Your Computer
This web page is developed to provide a reference guide for readers in setting up an ergonomically sound computer workstation and to adopt healthy work practices. The subject is addressed under the following headings:
The Furniture | The Computer | The Working Environment | Work Habits | Exercises |
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Take the Internet Stress Survey
http://www.stresscure.com/hrn/addiction.html
Take the Internet Stress Survey
This nine item survey is designed to test your tendency to become addicted to the 'Net.
Please review each of the questions below and make a note of how many times you answer "Yes." After completing the survey, click the button below that best corresponds to your score, and you will be taken to a special report for your score.
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The Center for Online Addiction
http://netaddiction.com/
"The Center for Online Addiction offers hope and valuable resources to those seeking treatment for Internet addiction. Internet addiction is a type of compulsive disorder and as an organization, we are specifically dedicated to helping people who suffer from this new form of addictive behavior."
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