Here’s how the parental controls in three of the most popular web browsers can help you monitor your child’s online activity
You can change the settings for the parental controls in the web browser you use to access the internet. But if you use more than one browser, you’ll need to change the settings on each one.
With Supervised User accounts on Google’s Chrome, you can allow or block certain sites, see which ones have been visited and prevent apps being installed.
To find out more visit vodafone.uk/chrome
Microsoft’s Content Advisor enables you to prevent your child seeing websites containing nudity, violence and other inappropriate content.
To find out more visit vodafone.uk/IE
The parental controls in Firefox let you filter web content that may be inappropriate or offensive for children.
To find out more visit vodafone.uk/firefox