Parents: What do you do for your kids internet access? Filtering? Blacklist? Whitelist? Free-for-all? Also, do you respect their privacy for web searches and sites visited or do you keep a data center in Utah to store the logs you have on them?

This is something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently, and I can see the pros and cons of all sides of the issue, and still haven’t figured out how I’m going to tackle this issue. I’m usually at my kids side when they’re at the computer, but my son is start to read and will be able to input stuff independently, so I need make up my mind soon.

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@ryen I'd say the most important thing is not get them used to big brother. Tell them about dangers and respect privacy.

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