I understand that my parents will check the sites I have visited.
Internet Access will be stopped if I break any of the following:
I will never tell anyone I meet on the Internet my home address, my home number, my mobile number, or the name of my school
I will never send my picture to anyone on the Internet
I will never give passwords to anyone, even my best friend
I will never arrange to meet anyone in person without first agreeing with my parents
I am not allowed to use an Internet chatroom or MSN
I will not respond to nasty or rude emails. I will report these to my parents
I will only respond to emails from people I know
I am always myself and do not pretend to be anything or anyone I am not on the Internet.
EagleTech wrote:As far a service goes, we set things up in the customer/company name, not ours like some of our competitors. That being said, I don't always just hand over logins for everything if we are still supporting it. If requested by the customer or the person in charge then absolutely. If asked by an employee or relative we tell them to talk to the person in charge of the account.
arachnox wrote:How do you keep kids safe on the web?
Just simply watch them and don't let the Internet to grow your child.
Marshall wrote:I see no problem with retaining information to help keep your clients protected, and believe that within the industry this is a fairly common practice. However I do have a problem when a business doesn't have a process with their IT Provider to get the required information, without the need for a service call, or waiving additional billing over their head. That just pisses them off in the end, especially if there is no agreement/contract in place.