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Each Second Life destination has a maturity rating of General, Moderate, or Adult.You can choose to show or hide destinations based on their maturity rating. Additionally, Mac’s built-in parental controls work well in conjunction with Web Chaver.This guide will help you set up Parental Controls on your Mac to help you control and monitor a user’s access to the Internet and the computer.
Read next: How to set up Parental Controls on Mac Open System Preferences - from the dock, or via the apple icon at the top-left corner of the screen - then select Parental Controls. If you can't see it (and in some versions of Mac OS X the icon will be different), remember that you can search for preferences sub-categories.
There are lots of reasons why you might wish to block certain websites on a Mac.
Probably the two most common ones are stopping kids from looking at porn on the family computer (but still being able to look things up for homework), and stopping employees from wasting time on Facebook or similar when they should be using work sites.
Read next: Complete guide to Mac System Preferences Since we haven't yet set up our child-friendly, non-administrator user account, the Parental Controls screen doesn't have much to offer.
Select 'Create a new user account with parental controls' and click Continue.
(If you've already set up a separate non-admin account, you'll be seeing rather different options.