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Page Updated September 29, 1999

Other Online Child Safety Sites

SafeTeens.Com: Teen safety and lots of good teen links. By the people who bring you SafeKids.Com

GetNetWise: The closest thing to an industry standard for child safety advice. The site's Safety Guide was written by SafeKids.Com founder Larry Magid

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

McAfee Safety Education Program:  Safety advice from one of the leading anti-virus software companies. Much of the advice is written by Colin Hatcher, founder (though no longer associated with)

FBI's "A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety" (in English and Spanish)

CyberAngels: an Internet safety organization sponsored by The International Alliance of Guardian Angels. Helps patrol the internet to keep kids and others safe.

SafeSurfin.Com: A safety site from America Online that includes an Internet Driver's Ed quiz, tips from teen actors and other celebrities and useful links.

NetParenting.Com: Designed to "brush you up on the basic features of the internet that you and your child may or may not know."

Disney's CyberNetiqutte Page: An entertaining comic that helps teach families cyber safety

U.S. Dept of Education Parents Guide to the Internet: A pretty detailed but well organized guide. Good introduction to the Internet itself.

Children's Television Workshop Safe Surfing Page

Enough is Enough: A non-profit organization that lobbies and educates against illegal pornography and child predators.

Kids Online: Protecting Your Children in Cyberspace: A web site with advice and sample book  chapters by Internet child safety advocate Donna Rice Hughes

30 Ways to Stay Safe Online (from Microsoft)

FamilyPC's Parental Guidance and Kids' Safety Clearinghouse

Parents' Guide to the Information Superhighway (Children's Partnership)

Internet Watch Foundation (based in United Kingdom)

Police Notebook from University of Oklahoma Department of Public Safety

Voter Telecommunication Watch Guide to Internet Parenting: A partnership of the Interactive Services Association, the National Consumers League and leading online and Internet companies to help consumers get the most out of going online.

Platform for Internet Content Selection
Information from the consortium of companies working to develop technology solutions to protect children.

SmartParent.Com: A resource dedicated to educating parents on the Internet

An "organization dedicated to making the Internet safe for your children." Offers one of the rating systems.

Internet Content Rating Association:  "ICRA's aim is to protect children from potentially harmful material while protecting the free speech rights of content providers. ICRA owns and operates the RSACi rating and filtering system." Rating Service

Internet Advocate
A Web-based Resource Guide for Librarians and Educators Interested in Providing Youth Access to the Net.

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