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Bio: Privacy is the main concern of people today. There are so many social networking sites that exploit your privacy and you can't do much about it. I don't want to mention names but there are still websites that store your information even after you delete your account and another thing that surprises me is that the leading social networking sites have agreements with search engines and they take them to places like that. to the extent that if someone searches for someone else on the search engine, he will get results from the profile of that person's social networking site. Really published and the irony of this situation is that this is done without your permission.

The solution to that is, that you read the agreement that you must approve before creating any account or profile on the internet. If there is something that you think is not suitable for you, don't do it. And if you really need to create an account, at least keep that in your mind and take care of it in the future.

Adult material:

I don't think that every internet user is not aware of the fact that how much on the internet, we are surrounded by pornographic sites. One click can take you anywhere. This may not be a big problem for students, but this is really a concern for parents who have small children. They always worry about them about this problem.

Many people limit their children to use the internet which inevitably inhibits their education process because nowadays the internet is the biggest media of information and if someone does not use it, he is left behind.

So, there are many solutions to this problem that will let children grow up in education and will not direct them to adult material. One simple solution is to keep an eye on children when they use the internet and if you don't have enough time or for some reason, you can't do that, there is a lot of software that limits access to the website. If you want to have one, try the keyword "Parental control software" on some search engines. This will give you some useful results. Then with a little study, you can implement the software.

Another way is to install "Key loggers" on the computer. It keeps logging of the websites visited. You can check it to find out which websites are surfing. This can also be known if your child is not smart enough to delete the web browser history.

Forbidden Knowledge:

On the internet, information about everything is available. Knowledge about everything is not good. One can easily find the virus code and then give them a software form. Like wise there are many books that explain how to make bombs, secretly kill people, disturb neighbors, plant marijuana or weeds etc.

Children can read interesting things like that and start applying them. Unfortunately, there are no shortcuts to monitor them in this case. You have to watch them yourself.