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I've recently installed a wireless router for a friend, now he has that his 9 year old daughter can go online. She'll only be using the internet to find cheats for her barbie game and using msn etc. but he's worried about her going into chatrooms and going on pr0n sites.

What would be the best course of action to take? I'm looking for parental control software, ad blockers (for pr0n ads) and anything you think would be useful.

Thanks in advance, free programs are preferred but if you know something that's worth the money I'll consider that too.
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net nanny

i think thats what it is called
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Tell him to trust his kid and be a parent. It's called *supervision*.

The internet shouldn't be a baby sitter for a 9 year old.
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There might be some tools in the 192.168.1.1 admin menu or something.

If not, there are some parental tools in both XP and Vista, and a 9-year-old shouldn't be able to crack through them unless they really want to.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Puckbandit35 View Post
net nanny

i think thats what it is called
agreed

the most annoying parental control software avaliable (depending on what you want to do )
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Tell him to trust his kid and be a parent. It's called *supervision*.

The internet shouldn't be a baby sitter for a 9 year old.
That wasn't necessary, he's a great parent and will be supervising. He just wants to be able to turn his back for 5min while she plays with a few flash games or speaks to her school friends on MSN without worrying about her clicking on some links that leads to horrible pictures etc.

How would you like your pre-teen daughter to end up on a horrible shock site?
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post #7 of 25
Censoring a kid is a bad thing to do IMHO.

Supervision is much more important, a program should not babysit a kid.

Now parents can't monitor kids 24/7, but if you block a kid from the real world they can get pretty messed up. (Ok shes 9, but I've seen parents block 15 year olds from dating, R rated movies, M games and stuff, and I don't agree with it.)

Kids need to figure out stuff on there own, its how they learn. I doubt a 9 year old girl will get on a porn site, and if she does her parents should explain and put it into context. Not some program that block it saying "This site contains sex and you cant go to it!"

Figuring stuff out on there own is a key part to becoming a sucessful person.

If I was you, I would tell him to just go into the room every now and then to see what she is on. Don't have a program do a parents job.

(Don't take any of that the wrong way, I'm sure hes a great dad i'm just expressing my opinion on the matter.)

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How would you like your pre-teen daughter to end up on a site like goatse or meatspin?
Those sites would never be linked on a site that a 9 year old would go to. I saw tubgirl when I was 10, and some other stuff. I'm fine. She will learn from experience to be careful what to click. I think the chance of her seeing something that extreme is very rare.
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Quote:
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agreed

the most annoying parental control software avaliable (depending on what you want to do )
If it's annoying, that usually means it's doing it's job keeping you out of stuff
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post #9 of 25
Maximum PC said Vista parental controls pwn most other software solutions..

Besides that net nanny was the WORST thing ever (from the kid being restricted ) i recommend that in addition to getting vista on there.

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post #10 of 25
my parents did this when i was little, and back then i always found ways around that kind of stuff =)
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