How to check where your child clicks on

24th September 1999 at 01:00
The Scottish Executive is publish- ing an unusual guide to safe use of the Internet next month. Click Thinking will warn teachers, par- ents and pupils about revealing credit card details and meeting someone contacted on the Net.

Parents will also be told how web browsers work u particu- larly the ohistoryi feature which allows them to check on what their children have been access- ing. The guide, uniquely, was drawn up by a multi-disciplinary team of HMI, teachers, police and social workers. It will be available through police stations as well as schools.

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