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As parents, we want to keep our children safe and, at the same time, to foster their independence as they grow to adulthood. Reconciling these competing interests is especially challenging when it comes to internet use. As an IT professional, I deal daily with network security issues, but I write this as the father of two grammar-school-age kids. I want to suggest a couple of strategies you can...