The birth of the internet has opened up so many opportunities for everyone. But as time passed, that privilege was also taken advantage by predators and other evil forces. Suddenly, online safety has become a touchy topic for users and developers.
There are aspects of online safety that we have no control over, but there are those we can do to keep ourselves safe online.
Developers and producers are responsible for technological functions online. The least they could do is create security and privacy features, but they’re not in the position to automatically impose it. The tricky thing with these developers is we’ll never know what they’ll do with our data. Plus, they will let us agree to terms and conditions and privacy notice that just sounds like they’re keeping their hands clean to whatever would happen to our data in the future.
We, as users, on the other hand, have a lot of things to cover to keep our data private and our identities secured. From tinkering privacy settings to being vigilant on what we post, share, or fill out online.
But what if it’s our children who want to go online? Can we keep them safe?
We want to keep children away from the internet as much as possible. But we can’t keep them away from it for too long. As parents, are you ready to let them dive into the tricky online world?
Here are a few tips that you can do to keep your children safe online.