The internet can be an amazing place for children and their parents.
But it’s also a place where you can find harmful and offensive material.
Here are 10 rules for kids who use the web: Don’t post or share material that contains graphic violence, violence, or sexual content.
Make sure the material is not your own.
If the content of the page you’re viewing is offensive or inappropriate, please delete it immediately.
Be aware that sites like 4chan and Reddit have the ability to delete content.
Don’t make jokes about or use the word “faggot” in a way that suggests the speaker is gay.
Do not use the term “fag” in connection with the word or concept of homosexuality.
Don�t use the terms “tranny,” “bitch,” “cunt,” “queer,” or “f*ck” in any way.
Don �t make light of any kind of bullying, including bullying against women, minorities, or disabled people.
Make light of the existence of the term lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer.
Don t use any derogatory terms about any race, gender, ethnicity, or sexuality.
Don dt post or discuss a hate crime.
Don e also don’t post, tweet, or otherwise engage in activity that is illegal, violates any of the law, or that causes others to fear for their safety.
Use the following guidelines when using the internet to help keep kids safe: Never share or comment on content that is harmful or offensive to any person.
Never share information that could identify any individual or group.
Never post or comment that could be construed as an endorsement of any particular group or person.
Always ask permission first before posting or sharing.