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The web can be a dangerous place for children. Website owners are generally protected against censorship, in the US, at least, by their freedom of speech.
Preserving that freedom is important, but as parents, we don't want our kids visiting vulgar places on the web, or being exposed to pornography at an early age.
There are certain aspects of their personality that we would prefer remained innocent until they are old enough to know what the material is, it's purpose, and how things work in the adult world.
In general, if you wouldn't want them to see it at day-care, or at school, then they should be blocked from viewing it on the Web.
The biggest problem for most parents is that the kids know more about electronic devices than they do.
This means that even if you buy the latest router with child protections, you might need their help to set it up.
As a result, the first point of this article discusses that situation, and in general working with your kids so that they understand the rules of usage.