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For some reason Moderated Mode has come on and i cant access certain web pages!
Anyone know how your turn it off? I cant figure it out.
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In system preferences, go to:


Parental Controls> *click the lock in bottom left corner*> Select your username> Content tab> Click "allow unrestricted access to all websites".



Of course, if you are not a computer administrator, this info is useless... As you cannot disable or enable parental controls, only a computer admin can do this.

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Ah, parental controls - not familiar with that since my kid was in his 30's when I got my first Mac.

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