Everything you need to know about the problems your child may face online
May 20, 2019 20:42
Undoubtedly, the internet has been the revolutionary force that has changed the course of life and the modes by which we interact with each other. However, with all its privileges, it has some negative impacts too. In these times of internet and technology, it’s become crucial for parents to raise their children properly.
The Internet has a significant effect on the upbringing of your child. It has many advantages, but if its use is abused or not monitored, it can be disastrous.
Children are the most active users of the internet, and due to their young age and immaturity, they’re prone to online predators. It is essential for parents to take measures and keep their children safe from such problems.
Here are some of the difficulties your child may face while surfing on the internet:
Dangers for your child online:
Cyberbullying is the most attention-seeking issue on the internet. According to reports almost ninety percent of teens have witnessed cyberbullying. It may be in the manner of a text, rumor, gossip, or a threat. No matter how bullying is done, it should not be ignored. Psychiatrists advise parents to keep efficient communication and a comfortable environment with their children. So, they’d know if their child is encountering any kind of bullying. Parents can monitor their children online activities and see what they’re doing. You can use apps like KidSecured to monitor your child’s every action on their device.
Predators present online are experts in manipulating children. They lure the youngsters into their dependent friendship and use them to get their personal information and for blackmailing purposes. They achieve this through fake social accounts, sexting, online games, and by making you download malicious viruses. These predators are present all over the internet. If it gets worse, it can lead to kidnapping, suicide, and other disasters. It’s become necessary for parents to keep their children safe from online threats.
Scams offering great prizes and access to online games attract your children in many ways. A single click on the wrong ad can download a plethora of viruses into your account. If they seem promising, they can ask for parents’ credit card numbers or personal information. You should consult your child to avoid such attractive offers as they’re offering danger in exchange to your privacy.
Posts that might affect your child’s future
Your child may think that everything they post today won't affect their future. However, in reality, everything they have on their social accounts has a significant impact on their career and jobs they might apply to in the future. A rumor spread against them due to cyberbullying also affects them. It’s now on parents to look after their child’s activities as they’re too immature to understand the bad of this world. The things your children do today have an impact on what life they’ll lead tomorrow, so it’s essential to make sure that they have a great future and a life ahead.
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