xp - What kinds of Internet Kid-Safe protections do Parents Want? What kinds will kids tolerate?
What kinds of Internet Kid-Safe protections do parents want? What kinds of
Internet Kid-Safe protections will kids tolerate?
Back in '99 or 2000, I helped launch Dot.Safe, a portal for kids, and at
that time I had a handle on what kids were willing to put up with (in the
way of limited Internet access) and what kinds of protections parents really
wanted. Dot.Safe was an attempt to bridge that gap, but that was nine or
ten years ago, and the world's changed (and the Internet's changed).
What is it that parents want (and what is it that parents might even be
willing to pay for, though this is an optional wrinkle) in the way of
limiting kid Internet access to "safe" sites?
And today, what will our Internet-savvy kids put up with in the realm of
restrictions to the Internet (and what will they actively try to subvert)?
Is there any kind of existing secondary research out there (I'll take
anecdotal information, but I really need research) on this?
Ned Barnett, APR
Marketing/PR Fellow, American Hospital Association
Barnett Marketing Communications
420 N. Nellis Blvd. A3-276
Las Vegas NV 89110
702-696-1200 - ned@...
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