A handful of entrepreneurs are trying to build web services for young children, including at a company called Kuddle, the maker of a mobile photo-sharing app aimed at the elementary and middle school set. Kuddle is similar to Instagram, except that it requires parental approval to sign up. From the NY Times piece:
Parents can childproof their homes by covering the electric sockets, adding parental controls on the cable box and putting a padlock on the liquor cabinet.
Is it possible to do the same for the web?