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Re: [newtech-1] Kid Net?

From: Anita M B.
Sent on: Saturday, February 16, 2013 9:10 AM
Hi, Everyone. 

We are missing the point here. Amy didn't ask our opinion about parenting. The fact that she asked the question shows she is using her good old parenting skills. She simply wanted suggestions on how she could implement more parental control over what her child viewed at home. It's like a test question. Don't read too much into the question, choose the best response among the choices given. 

Amy, You can change the parental control settings on your child's iPad. You can setup user control polices on the network and the computers. Here are three links discussing parental control software programs you could look into. 

I hope this helps. 

On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Amy Webb <[address removed]> wrote:
So our kid is getting to the age where she's playing around on YouTube on her iPad a lot.  We built an extensible network in our house that has different access points with restrictions (mainly on bandwidth for now). But we'd like to lock down some filters so that we can play the same Umizoomi video 10,000 times without the bad stuff getting through.  

We have some leftover computers from work that could be re-purposed for this, but if there's an easier way then maintaining yet another server that would be great.  Maybe even a service we can forward outbound Internet traffic through?

Any thoughts or suggestions?



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