First, you should find a middle ground between total spying and ignorance. Your son’s or daughter’s safety should be the top priority. To protect him or her, stipulate and settle the following DONTs:

– DON’T get in touch with unknown people in instant messengers and social media;
– DON’T disclose your home address and phone number, your family’s income and any other personal details;
– DON’T point your geolocation on photos made near your home;
– DON’T buy anything online;
– DON’T download any content, such as applications, games or music, from unchecked websites.

Be friendly while supervising your child exploring the Internet. Assist him or her in starting profiles on social media with posting their content. Emphasize the role of antiviral programs. Teach how to choose online games in favor of cognitive and developing ones.

Encourage your son or daughter to reveal any negative information he or she receives.

Cyberbullying or cyberharassment are the ways to humiliate, intimidate or manipulate a person by means of SMS, text messengers, forums, social media or game platforms where people can share their content. Sometimes cyberbullying takes the forms of unlawful behavior.
Every fifth child becomes a target of cyberbullying, according to the statistics. And only one child out of five victims discloses his concerns to parents.
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