How To Video: Make a Kindle Fire safe for kids
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How To Video: Make a Kindle Fire safe for kids

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If you'd like to let your children use a Kindle Fire tablet, but worry about letting them loose on the Internet with access to your Amazon account, CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to lock out the tablet's Wi-Fi connection.

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