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Should parents let their children access Internet forum postings?

  • Anyone who said no is stupid

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  • As for me, parents should let their kids access Internet postings.

    But parents also should have finger on a pulse and never let their children visit or use unallowed Internet sites, which can negativelly influence them. With this in view, I downloaded keylogger software www.refog.com. And now I know my kids are in safety. By the way, it is easy in use and understandable for everyone tool.

  • Parents should allow their kids to access Internet forum postings.

    That is point of issue. But parents also should have finger on a pulse and never let their children visit or use unallowed Internet sites. With this in view, I downloaded keylogger software www.refog.com. And now I know my kids are in safety. By the way, it is very easy to use tool.

  • Parent should allow kids to access forum parents

    Internet forum postings are alot safer then social media. Usually the info found on forums are used for knowledge. I've been around alot of internet forums and they tend to be very safe. Parents should allow kids to access them. They can probably learn a thing or two from them.

  • Parents should exercise control on viewing net postings

    The question of parental supervision is, of course, based on the age of the children. Children under 16 require strict supervision including not being able to view forum postings. Forums may contain graphic material and, further, may reference sites not appropriate for the younger viewer. Children of all ages should be subject to parental controls on basic web viewing.

  • There are too many internet bullies on forums that can be detrimental to children.

    People on the internet type things that they would never say to someone face to face. Even adults become upset about some of the forum postings. It is even more difficult for children to refrain from taking these postings personally. They are not emotionally mature enough to ignore postings that are hurtful and rude.

  • Forum's are not evil. Moderator's that do not monitor content are.

    The typical argument most parents will argue about children accessing forums is that there is little in the manner of monitoring of the conversations. The nature of a forum is that members are allowed to post content. As forums become more popular, anyone seeking an audience for any reason will attempt to take advantage of that. Whether that be advertising the latest technology in penis enlargement, or fishing for fraud victims, these things need to be carefully monitored in order to keep the integrity of the forum itself. Allowing children onto forums is a question of which forums, and how closely are they watched. Until there is some guarantee that children will not be exposed to any content that is beyond the subject of the forum, parents should just keep their children off them. There is nothing necessary for life on the forums. At best, the child is just looking for video game tips.

  • No, under no circumstances should children be allowed access to internet forum postings.

    No, parents should not allow their children to access Internet forum postings. Many of the forum postings are legitimate, but the number that are not is increasing. Parents should closely monitor their children's web surfing in order to keep them from accessing forums or other sites that can harbor predators. It doesn't say much for our society when everyone knows the Internet is sprinkled with an abundance of predators just waiting for an opening.


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