Teach your child to engage in constructive conversation and avoid name-calling or bullying.
Explain what type of information should never be shared online.
Depending upon the age and maturity level of your child, as well as your relationship with him or her, you might be able to explain why you don’t want your child to access certain types of material. For example, the sex depicted in pornographic images isn’t generally representative of real-life; a young teen may not recognize that difference without your guidance.
Let your kids know they can come to you for help if they encounter someone or something that makes them feel scared or uncomfortable.
Keep your children safer by making sure to limit the hours that your child can access the internet on his or her mobile device.
Block sites that you don’t deem appropriate by using parental controls.