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This is one of the biggest concerns for parents. There is quite a bit of garbage on the net. We don’t know who our kids are talking to or what they are looking at. Many service providers like AOL and MSN have many controls to protect what kids are viewing and doing on the internet. You can use these services on top of your existing cable or DSL accounts. There are also many programs out there that allow you to set controls for children. You can limit online time, restrict viewing and stop chat rooms. You can even view a log of everything your child has seen or typed on the computer. One such program is called NetNanny and works very well. If you have a home network and are using a router. Many new routers have built-in controls that can restrict the hours that kids can access the internet as well as filter out undesirable web sites.