Child can go onto the internet without supervision
I put a password protect on his PSP to block my child from going onto the internet without my supervision. It only took him 5 minutes to unlock it. He just went to settings and then retored the default settings and it unlocked and took away my password protection. I tried several ways to put in a password that he couldn't erase with the command to restore the default settings. He was able to erase the password every time.
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a child does not have to see any parent if that said parent make the child feel threatened, you would need to speak to a social worker and see if there is any help they can off, as it all depends on the child's age and understanding. there can be supervised contact this can be arranged by the parent or guardian at a contact center, also if the social worker believes there could be contact problems ie child is to scared or behaves erratic in contact first time the contact can be stopped. but by doing this it has to go though a court and can be changed to a number of things so cannot speak on this.
<p>If you are the parent of a child who uses an iPod touch, you
have limited functions of the device. For example, you may not want your child
to watch YouTube videos without supervision, or you may want to avoid it to
surf the internet and be exposed to potentially inappropriate content. You can
also turn off the iPod touch is able to transfer music, videos, games and
applications, some of which you must pay to download. Alternatively, you can
delete individual blocks, while other applications blocked applications. <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" button below the touchscreen
iPod touch. <br />
<p>2. Tap "Settings" app. <br />
<p>3. Tap "General" and then "constraints".
<p>4. Enter your password when prompted.
"Limitations" is displayed. <br />
<p>5. Touch the "ON / OFF" switch to the right of all
the applications you want someone with the iPod touch can access the
"ON" is selected. <br />
<p>6. Press the "Home" button below the touchscreen
iPod Touch to return to the home screen to save the settings and return to the
home screen. <br />
the Chrome Team has been busy building a comprehensive feature called "Supervised Users" that supercharges local accounts on Chrome OS devices and binds them to a web management tool. Parents can set up a new user account for each child and remotely monitor web activity, block sites in real-time, and configure SafeSearch.
Your child protection most likely thinks of Facebook as a threat as many documentaries consider Facebook as a place for cyber bullying to happen, even if those being cyber bullied can easily block / report / mute those who are harassing them.
Managing Xbox LIVE Activity Xbox LIVE Controls come into play only when you take Xbox 360 online, and they're linked to a child's profile and gamertag. When an Xbox LIVE account is created, the service asks for the member’s age to determine whether to apply Family Settings to that account. Parents are also required to create or use an existing Windows Live ID. The Windows Live ID is associated with the child’s Xbox LIVE account and protects the settings from being changed later by the child. To change a child’s settings, first select the child’s account name and connect to Xbox LIVE. Once signed in, enter your Windows Live ID password to unlock the settings. To see these controls, go to My Xbox, open System Settings, then selectFamily Settings, Xbox LIVE Controls.
Prevent children from using specific programs
You can use Parental Controls to determine which specific programs your child can use. For example, if you use a program to keep track of your finances, you can prevent your child from opening it and viewing your financial information.
Click the name of the person you want to prevent from using specific programs.
Under Parental Controls, click On.
Click Allow and block specific programs.
Click Person's name can only use the programs I allow in this list.
Select the programs that you want to allow. If the program you want doesn't appear in the list, click Browse to locate the program.
Make sure that you select all of the programs that you want your child to be able to run. Parental Controls will block any program not selected in the list......This is what I have for parental controls located in contol panel area under user accounts and parental control just try to undo the control....if it does not work you may need to restore to a earlyer time or even worse use a restore disk and redo the entire machine...if restoringthe complete hard drive remember your windows pass key or you may regret restoring the drive with boot disks. hope this helps.!