Dear children, the internet and device you are using is supplied by me. These rules for you were created so that you could enjoy and learn about the internet, but also to keep you safe during this time. Here are the simple rules that i request from you.
A. Website Browsing
Do not sign up to social networks without my consent
people on the internet are creepers, if they see children as their target, they may try to manipulate you into doing shameful things. I want to prevent this from happening so please follow this rule.
Do not cyberbully
When chatting online with friends, i do not care if you talk about somewhat explicit things, but do not gossip and bully peers online
Any website that you use should only be for school work or recreational time
only appropriate material is permitted in this house.
- malicious websites
Have clean hands when using this device
eating is permitted, however greasy foods are banned
if the device is dirtied please clean up the desktop and keyboard if needed
A.U.P OF USING THE INTERNET FOR MY CHILD
My child is only able to use the internet at age 8 and older
Ask permission when visiting a website
My child is only to have 2 hours of computer time.
All social networking must be approved by parent
You’re limited to print one paper off a gaming site
No chatting with other people online in chat rooms
No cyber bullying
Teach them to block and report inappropriate things
All downloads must be approved by parent
No giving out private information like address , phone number , etc.
1)Think about what you are doing. Is what you are doing acceptable for the president to see.
2)Always be responsible!
3)Would Grandma allow what you are about to do? If the answer is no then do not do it.
4)No food and/or liquids around your machine.
5)If you need a parents email to sign up that website is not for you. Ask me.
6)Do not bully anyone (bullying includes spamming and/or being a troll).
7)If you are being bullied or think you are being bullied get an adult, immediately.
8)Always ask an adult to download something before you do.