How do your protect your kids online?

Last updated 14:01 27/11/2013
The Age
TEEN SAFETY: How do we talk to our teens about their safety?

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In these new days of social media and its associated pressure with cyber bullying and other issues, how do we protect our teens from this world that is new to so many parents?

Have you established ways to try and keep your teens safe? How do you monitor what's going on in their lives - do you check cell phones and social media sites?

Are you 'friends' with them on Facebook so you can keep track of their online life?

Do you have a physical agreement drawn up with your teens, or a code phrase that they can ring or txt you with that means they get a pick up immediately, without hassle, without question?

Share your tips, tricks and advice on how to help keep our teens safe by hitting the green button below.

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