Printable VersionSafe Surfing

We are always concerned about the information provided on the WWW. To assist in developing Safe-Surfing guidelines, we have assembled a few sites that provide a great deal of information about safe-surfing.

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  • America Links Up: A Kids Online Teach-In is a public awareness and education campaign sponsored by a broad-based coalition of non-profits, education groups, and corporations concerned with providing children with a safe and rewarding experience online. 
  • Cyber Angels The largest online internet safety program. Selected by UNESCO to serves on it's task force in the worldwide internet anti-pedophile and child pornography program. 
  • Microsoft Child Online Safety Initiatives Microsoft has long recognized that protecting young people from inappropriate online content is essential as society moves further into the Information Age. This paper is intended to provide an overview of Microsoft initiatives designed to help ensure that the World Wide Web is a safe, educational and entertaining place for young people to explore. 
  • Microsoft SafeKids This site features a presentation -- complete with notes and a Teacher's Training Guide -- developed by detectives who specialize in Internet crimes. Microsoft worked with the Naperville Police Department to develop Safekids so these important tools would be free, and readily available, to anyone wishing to take advantage of them.
  • SafeKids You'll find tips, advice and suggestions to make your family's online experience fun and productive! There is also a free newsletter available.
  • SafeTeens Lots of information, links, and even a newsletter.
  • The Children's Partnership The Children's Partnership is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to inform leaders and the public about the needs of America's 70 million children, and to engage them in ways that benefit children.
  • The Parent's Guide to the Internet This site was designed to be the one-stop for parents, teachers and educators, librarians, law enforcement, journalists, child advocacy groups, kids, teens and college students who want to enjoy cyberspace, safely. Provided by Parry Aftab, Esq., mom and cyberspace lawyer.

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