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http://www.globalchange.com Safety of children online. Advice to parents about online safety, child protection in a digital world, teenage access to social networking sites such as Bebo, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Protecting young people with agreed rules for online access, joint access to e-mail, networking sites, using computers in family / public areas at home. Problems with cyberbullying. Privacy online and monitoring history of web browser. Journey together in online activity parents engage with children so that discussions develop at different ages in appropriate way about what is allowed and what is not. Setting and keeping rules which all agree are fair. Parental restrictions can helpful in reducing peer pressure. Why it is really important not allow yourself as parent to be locked out of a childs computer, or out of areas where they spend a lot of time online. Warning of dangers of impersonation that paedophiles may pretend to be anyone else in order to try to build friendship. Children must take care not to give out e-mails or record them online where robot spammers can get addresses and then bombard children and teenagers with morally corrupting material. Finding balance between strict censorship and negligence. Parents MUST not abdicate parental responsibility. Discuss with other parents. Talk to teachers in the school. Communities need to address these problems together.