CNET's guide to keeping your kids safe online

Children can learn a lot from the Internet--and they can also pretty quickly run into trouble, if they're not careful. You parents out there are no doubt already grappling with the challenges of watching where your kids go online and what they see and do.

CNET's Living with Technology feature "Keep your kids safe online" can help you prepare them, and yourselves, for these new rites of passage. This online safety guide features a number of articles, videos and do-it-yourself tips, along with forums where you can post questions and provide answers to your peers. It's designed to be a site you can bookmark and check back with regularly.

Here are links to the main page of the feature and to a few of its highlights:

Main page: Keep your kids safe online

Article: Developing safe and smart Internet citizens

Article: Parental controls that keep tabs on young Web surfers

Do-it-yourself: Top 5 Internet dangers for kids: A resource guide

Feedback: Readers address online safety for kids

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