Explicit adult chat sites
Many Internet service providers (ISPs) provide parent-control options to block certain material from coming into a computer.
You can also get software that helps block access to certain sites based on a "bad site" list that your ISP creates.
It's designed to keep anyone from getting a child's personal information without a parent knowing about it and agreeing to it first.
COPPA requires websites to explain their privacy policies on the site and get parental consent before collecting or using a child's personal information, such as a name, address, phone number, or Social Security number.
Online tools are available that will let you control your kids' access to adult material and help protect them from Internet predators.Warning signs of a child being targeted by an online predator include spending long hours online, especially at night, phone calls from people you don't know, or unsolicited gifts arriving in the mail.If your child suddenly turns off the computer when you walk into the room, ask why and monitor computer time more closely.They're set up according to interest or subject, such as a favorite sport or TV show.Because people can communicate with each other alone or in a group, these places can be popular online destinations — especially for kids and teens. Some kids have met "friends" in chat rooms who were interested in exploiting them.