What to do when your child is looking up inappropriate things?

What to do when your child is looking up inappropriate things?

If your child has seen inappropriate content

  1. talk with them about what they’ve seen – let them know what is, and isn’t, appropriate for their age.
  2. reassure them they can come to you, another trusted adult or Childline if they’re worried about something.

What do you do when your teenager watches inappropriate things?

If you’ve ever had some of these responses, just let your kids know you have learned more now and would like a re-do.

  1. Use shame as a deterrent.
  2. Ignore the problem.
  3. Take away all technology.
  4. Make assumptions.
  5. Blame yourself for everything.
  6. Have a “one-and-done” conversation.

How do you stop inappropriate searching?

Enable SafeSearch. Tap on the gear icon, scroll down and tap on Search Settings, and then tap “Filter explicit results” under SafeSearch filters. On desktops and laptops, go to www.google.com and click Settings in the bottom-right corner; click on Search Settings; and click Turn on SafeSearch and then Lock SafeSearch.

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What is age inappropriate content?

It will also depend on your child’s age and maturity level. Inappropriate content includes information or images that upset your child, material that’s directed at adults, inaccurate information or information that might lead or tempt your child into unlawful or dangerous behaviour.

What sort of inappropriate might my child see?

Inappropriate content includes information or images that upset your child, material that’s directed at adults, inaccurate information or information that might lead or tempt your child into unlawful or dangerous behaviour. Pictures, videos or games which show images of violence or cruelty to other people or animals.

What is exposure to inappropriate material?

In summary, inappropriate content consists of information or images that upset your child, material that’s directed at adults, inaccurate information or information that might lead your child into unlawful or dangerous behavior. Accessing inappropriate content is possible on any internet enabled device.

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How can you tell if content is inappropriate?

Inappropriate content includes information or images that upset your child, material that’s directed at adults, inaccurate information or information that might lead or tempt your child into unlawful or dangerous behaviour.

What is inappropriate material?

Inappropriate material means material that deals with matters such as sex, cruelty or violence in a manner that is likely to be injurious to children or incompatible with a school or preschool environment.