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How to protect your child online

Parents should protect their children online using VPNs, antiviruses, password managers, and parental control apps. These tools can anonymize internet activity, guard against malware and data theft, and allow monitoring and control of internet usage. However, parents need to select these tools carefully, prioritizing security and privacy features, and considering additional features like multi-device synchronization or bundled services. It’s also important to regularly test and update these tools for optimal protection.

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