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Many children are taking their first steps into cyberspace much earlier than any of us imagined. With schools shuttering around the world for most of 2020 and much of the foreseeable future, learning how to mitigate the dangers that may face them is now every parent’s responsibility. With social distancing, kids need devices to communicate with their friends, family, and even teachers.

The key to a safe path forward starts with clear and transparent communication. Most children begin to vie for more freedom after the age of four, but that amount of freedom comes with a lot of responsibility. In order to keep your children safe, be sure to explain the dangers of the internet—from malware to strangers. Trying to keep them off of the internet is unrealistic, so as you work to keep them safe during remote learning, there are some steps you can take to put your mind at ease.

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