Showing posts with label some ways to block porn on your child's devices. Show all posts
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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

some ways to block porn on your child's devices

Professionals: Easy to Enabled
Cons: easy to close kids

    Set up your search engine on Google. Check settings on whatever browser your kids use (Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) and make sure they use Google as their default search engine. (On iPhone, go to your phone's settings, scroll down and tap on Safari, and then select Google in Chrome, in Chrome, tap or click on the three or above points of the screen).

    Enable SafeSearch. On mobile devices, open your Google app (you may need to download it). Tap on the gear icon, scroll down and tap on search settings, and then tap "Filter explicit results" under SafeSearch filter. On desktop and laptop, go to and click on Settings in the lower-right corner; Click Search Settings; And click on Turn on SafeSearch and then lock SafeSearch.

    Check all the instruments, and check from time to time. Perform phase one and two for all the devices used by your children. Regularly check the Google app or the Preferences section to make sure SafeSearch is not turned off.

Use screen timings on iPhones and iPads

Professionals: Correctly built in OS
Cons: May require constant fine tuning

    Decide how you want to enable settings. You can either ban your child's equipment (and lock them with the code so they can not change them back; see section 2 below). Or, you can remotely manage your child's phone through Apple's family sharing feature similar to other parent-control products (see steps below).

    On your child's phone or tablet Open settings on your child's device. Scroll down and tap the screen time. Select content and privacy restrictions, and then turn on that feature. Go through each setting and determine what you will allow and what you want to limit. To cut porn, drill in the Content Restrictions section and close all explicit content for all media including web content.
    Part 2: Protect pass code-settings. In Settings / Screen Time, tap Use Screen Time Passcode. Type in the four digit code your child does not know and will not guess. (If your child has already made a pass code, you will only need a number to change that thing which you know.)

    On your device. Open Settings, Tap Your Name, Scroll, and Tap on Family Share. Follow the instructions to add a family member. Once they are set up, you can control the screen time features of all iOS - including all content and privacy restrictions from your phone.

Ask your Internet Service Provider (ISP)

Professionals: Depending on your service, settings can be applicable to TV channels as well as on the internet
Cons: Some cost money; Controls can be confusing

    Check the website or call your ISP. Those people who pay you to bring your Internet connection can offer parental controls, content filters or other screen-time-management features that will effectively limit the contact of porn. For example, Xfinity provides parental controls, website blocking and device limitations through its customer portal and app. Verizon offers a program called Smart Family, which provides parental control for monthly fees. Every company designs its own characteristics differently, so it can make some effort to find out how they work.

Set parental control

Professionals: Provide too many controls, including website blocking, screen border and even social media monitoring
Cons: Can not work on all platforms (for example, PCs and Macs) or all devices (for example, phones and networks connected to Wi-Fi on desktops); Children can find their surroundings using the easy-to-find ways

    Explore Prasad. A wide range of parental control products means that you will need to do your research which really works best for you. This chart provides a good overview of the products available and what they do.

    Review settings. Many features - such as the ability to block specific websites, restrict some domains (like a porn manufacturer), and alert you to discover that children can use "sex" - give you lots of options Are. Take advantage of the free trial (from reputable companies) so that it can know that the products address your specific needs, work with your existing equipment, and feel manageable for you.

Go to hardware route

Professionals: can monitor every device on the network, including those that are Wi-Fi-enabled and network-connected
Cons: The lack of advanced features like ultra fast connection and download speeds; Include pricey membership