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Get into restrictions area under settings, you set the access code (them not to know). Disable Safari & install K9 browser instead (Safari has no controls).Disable ability for them to install apps (pain as they will bother you to install things).Get a filter on your WiFi, OpenDNS is popular but look it over carefully, has holes in it.That's only a start, I reckon.
Anyone got any thoughts on which are best?It's not really something I've ever had to worry about but the DC's now have iPads and I want to be sure they are not accessing anything inappropriate.I have controls set for the iPad itself but need something that also restricts safari content. Any thoughts?
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