A quick checklist to get you started on the road to Internet safety.

1. Buy all the safety software you need and use good filtering tools.


Keep them current and use them unfailingly—as automatically as locking your door when you leave the house. 

Linda is a former employee of Microsoft, founder of LOOKBOTHWAYS Inc. and an online safety expert. This checklist is excerpted from her award-winning book Look Both Ways: Help Protect Your Family on the Internet.
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