How to lockdown devices to make web safer for kids

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As your kids get older, there's more concern they might navigate to a website that's inappropriate for them. No solution is 100% foolproof, but here are a few ways to lockdown the devices they use to restrict their surfing to age-appropriate sites.

Whether you're working on an Apple device, or if you're an Android fan, each device has its own setting controls to help you keep you in control of what your family can access online. It can be confusing for even tech-savvy users, but Rich has you covered in this week's Tech Report.

If you don't want to deal with the settings on individual devices you can try a solution like Circle with Disney. This is a little $100 box you plug into your network at home and it filters the internet on every device that connects to your WiFi.