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When you first put Net Nanny on your child's PC, it helps to start off by telling them why. Here are a few thoughts on talking to your child about the need for kids to use a safe-surfing program when they're on the Web.
We've found that in addition to explaining these points, encouraging your child to ask you about the sites that Net Nanny blocks helps keep them from becoming frustrated. If you discover that Net Nanny has blocked a site you feel is appropriate, you can add it to the "permitted" list and your child will be able to visit it in the future. If your child points out a site that you feel Net Nanny blocked appropriately, you can take the opportunity to explain why you think the site is inappropriate, educating your child and improving their safe-surfing skills, so they are better prepared in the future.