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So your kid is looking at porn. Now what?

by Larry Magid Let’s be honest. Many children — especially post-pubescent boys — are interested in what we commonly call “porn.” You might not like the idea that some kids are looking at these images, but that doesn’t change the … Continue reading

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Internet filters have their place, but not for all kids

by Larry Magid Internet filters have been around since the early days of the Web and they can play an important role in preventing young children from accessing inappropriate content. But they’re not a replacement for parental involvements — and … Continue reading

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