Green Light means that these sites and activities are safe. It means you can relax a bit when your children surf there. But remember that before any child begins surfing the Web they have to be prepared for red light risks, such a people who want to lure them into face-to-face meetings, and inappropriate content they may encounter. They have to be taught how to handle yellow light concerns, like how to search safely and what information they can share online.
Here's our green light resources:
Safe chats for kids and preteens: These have real life monitors who watch the kids while they chat. They also require that parents consent to their children who are under 13 years old, give consent before the children are permitted to chat or have a prescreened time delay before any child's chat dialogue is posted online to be able to screen out personal information the child might inadvertantly try to share online.
Filtered Search Engines: These prescreen sites which are included in the search pool, or filter the search results. Only the prescreened site filtered search engines can ensure that none of the inappropriate content gets through.
filtered search results: