All-over internet access may be the stickiest widget of all for parents of teenagers. High schoolers (and even middle schoolers) increasingly carry wifi-ready devices into the classroom and everywhere else these days. In fact, many schools require this.
How much parental control is too much, and how much is not enough?
- Is your teen allowed to use the internet without any supervision?
- If not, what rules do you have? How do you enforce these?
- Do you check the browser
history on your teen’s computer, tablet, cell phone, or other internet access
Have you insisted on content controls for these tools?
- Do you allow your teen to access the internet in a private spot?
- Have you ever blocked a website on your teen’s internet usage device?
- Does your teen have access to your computer, tablet, cell phone, or other internet access device?
- How about your passwords? Are they auto-fills, or do you have to type them in?
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