CHILD PROTECTION FROM UNWANTED INTERNET CONTENTS – CASE STUDY IN REPUBLIC OF SERBIA




Abstract:
Cyber crime involving our children is obviously most dangerous and most serious for parents, schools and society, as well. Parents are not aware that they are making the greatest mistake in their life by physically separating their children and their computer in the separated room. Children are closed within their rooms and parents cannot control which web sites do they visit, how they behave on Internet and what are their activities? Children are convinced they know about computers a lot more than their parents, and there’s no method by which someone would deceive them. Unfortunately, they behave uncontrollably and most usually improperly on Internet. As a consequence, there is rise of the children cyber abuse in the Republic of Serbia, too. As children’s security and behavior on the Internet is not a regular school subject, many computer science teachers self initially inform children about this subject in their classes. In this paper authors made a survey among 196parentsof the children in Elementary school "Majšanski put" by questioners of the 22 questions put in Serbian and Hungarian, at the same time. The ten most usual tolls that are used to prevent children from unwanted Internet contents are researched and described, as well.

CITATION:

IEEE format

L. Tot, G. Grubor, “Child Protection from Unwanted Internet Contents – Case Study in Republic of Serbia,” in Sinteza 2014 - Impact of the Internet on Business Activities in Serbia and Worldwide, Belgrade, Singidunum University, Serbia, 2014, pp. 514-519. doi: 10.15308/sinteza-2014-514-519 

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Tot, L., Grubor, G. (2014). Child Protection from Unwanted Internet Contents – Case Study in Republic of Serbia. Paper presented at Sinteza 2014 - Impact of the Internet on Business Activities in Serbia and Worldwide. doi:10.15308/sinteza-2014-514-519

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