Is internet good for children?
As you can see, internet nowadays are vast and is everywhere! But the question is, is it good for our children?. Maybe yes, because they can learn educational stuff and is able to connect with their frieds online. But you can learn more educational stuff if you explore the great wonders outside and you can make new friends by simply talking to random strangers. It has pros and cons, and most likely it has mors pros than cons. So what do you think?
Yes and No!
I started talking to outsiders first time on facebook 2006 i guess. Now some of the friends i met way back on facebook are still in my whatsapp contact list even today. The only problem is that children's quickly learn everything from fixing some problems on laptops to pornography.
If you want your children's to be safe there are certain modems which keep track of your web history after you delete from your computers so that's a healthy way for you to keep in touch with your children's activity. Remember it is ok upto a certain age.!
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