Child Safety Online
Reporting Child Pornography
There are several ways to report and help prevent child abduction and online sexual exploitation. Select the link below to help find missing children and assist victims of child abduction and sexual exploitation, as well as their families and the professionals who serve them.
Keeping Children Safe Online
Monitor what websites your children are visiting and know who they're chatting with online. Educate your children of online dangers, such as inappropriate websites, cyber predators and cyberbullying.
Social Networking Tips
Social networking websites are used to connect with others and share photos, videos, and personal messages. The following information will help you and your children socialize safely online.
Online Chat Lingo
LOL (Laugh Out Loud) and BTW (By The Way) are just two of the most common abbreviations used online and in text messages. There are many other common terms you should know.
Parental Controls allow you to regulate what programs your children are able to watch on Spectrum.net and TV Channel Apps, based on rating restrictions.