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When I was younger (only a few years ago) we still used dial-up and I always needed a really good reason to go on the internet. That and we had strict internet/computer usage limits per day/week. I think this method is really very effective and when I (someday) have children I may employ a similar technique.

As far as the software goes most keyloggers are "viruses". The only other options I can think of is teacher monitoring software that has already been mentioned. Maybe you should use a different approach and only monitor their usage once in a while to check up on their usage.
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I know none of my business. And I am only 17 and this is just my opinon. But when I was 14 I had complete freedom of what I was doing on my PC I was only limited by the history and of course I learned how to clear it. I knew right from wrong because my parents talked to me about how stuff can be very dangerous online. But if I ever found out that my dad/mom was spying on me I would never and I mean really NEVER trust them again.

What I am trying to say is that if she/he is a teen just have a nice calm talk to explain what can happen and he/she will most likely understand and respect your wishes. But if he/she is young like younger then like 13 then by all means I totally understand where your coming from. Please dont take this the wrong way. And once again I am not a parent and I am pretty young but this is what I find to be the best way and its just my opinon.
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haha no cause if its little kids like under 14, just get a program that restricts the sites they goto, including facebook and all that. but if older you allow access to that but see what they write.

ever thought of giving them freedom?

i always had freedom on the computer.

if you have more than 1 child, you know what you should do which is the best thing? you put the 2 computers next to each other. so they wont go anywhere they dont want their sibling to see.

or if its just 1 child just put the computer in a open place like the living room or somewhere where you and you're wife go, like the study.

and about the age, it was a question to help you spy on your kids so calm down and dont be a jackass
If I wanted to be a jackass, I wouldn't have called you mate now would I?
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If your kid finds out your spying on him...let's just keep at that.
I'm 15, my parent's don't spy on me b/c they trust me...try it, it's not so hard.
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those of you who don't have teenage daughters honestly have no idea what you're talking about. save it.
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I know none of my business. And I am only 17 and this is just my opinon. But when I was 14 I had complete freedom of what I was doing on my PC I was only limited by the history and of course I learned how to clear it. I knew right from wrong because my parents talked to me about how stuff can be very dangerous online. But if I ever found out that my dad/mom was spying on me I would never and I mean really NEVER trust them again.

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Your opinion is valid but my concern is that a) I have daughters, not sons (if it was sons, I would be much less worried) and b) I am not so much concerned about them hiding things from me as I am that they will be deceived by predators. I allow my daughter's to have their own computers and use them freely. I have had discussions about what they are allowed and not allowed to do which they have abided by. Its adults trying get at them that worries me.

Hence the need to see what they are doing without them feeling like I do not trust them. I have good kids. Its other people I worry about.
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If your kid finds out your spying on him...let's just keep at that.
I'm 15, my parent's don't spy on me b/c they trust me...try it, it's not so hard.
Her (both) and second, I do trust them, as I mentioned above, its the rest of the world I have issues with.
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Sounds like a good plan then. It can be scary.
    
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I'm 15, my parent's don't spy on me b/c they trust me...try it, it's not so hard.

That's what you think
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Your opinion is valid but my concern is that a) I have daughters, not sons (if it was sons, I would be much less worried) and b) I am not so much concerned about them hiding things from me as I am that they will be deceived by predators. I allow my daughter's to have their own computers and use them freely. I have had discussions about what they are allowed and not allowed to do which they have abided by. Its adults trying get at them that worries me.

Hence the need to see what they are doing without them feeling like I do not trust them. I have good kids. Its other people I worry about.
I see Your a good parent ...oh and btw if you see her talking to guys. Dont go stalking them poor boys with a shotgun in one hand and a dagger in the other
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