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The Internet is an invaluable tool for learning, but it’s not without risks. As parents, it’s up to us to teach our children how to avoid the pitfalls of cyberspace while mining its riches. Find out how well-prepared you are to do just that.

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Internet Safety Quiz

The Internet is an invaluable tool for learning, but it’s not without risks. As parents, it’s up to us to teach our children how to avoid the pitfalls of cyberspace while mining its riches. Find out how well-prepared you are to do just that.


1. In my opinion, a child is old enough to use the computer and go online:

  1. As soon as she develops the fine motor skills needed to control a computer mouse.
  2. When she starts school.
  3. When she’s old enough to read.
  4. When she turns 18. In fact, permission to go online will be my birthday present to her.