ANSWERS: 32
  • If you can't stop him, prevent him. Create a 'Guest Account’ that he can use and as 'Administrator' lock out the porn sites etc.
  • Is it at all possible for you to lock your screen when you're away from your laptop?
  • actually i would embarrass him, that would get him to stop. tell your parents.
  • Just lock your laptop
  • Password :) Just don't let him use it. Is that too harsh? Oh well.
  • Password protect.
  • look you won't get him to stop ..so do the right thing and embarrass him BIG TIME...I bet that will stop him from beating his meat at your lap top or put a lock on your lap top thats the only other way
  • I agree about getting the password.also, you will want to erase your internet history completely as you easily can so your father doesn't find any of this.First,delete your History,next go to internet options and click on cookies and delete all cookies.Then,click on delete files and delete all online and offline temp. internet files.Next,delete any pictures in your picture folder he downloaded.then conduct a folder search of any type of folder on your computer(hidden,zipped,ect.)called "content.ies" or "Tempoary internet files" and delete them.Next, search all old picture folders and delete them as well.Last, go to your recycle bin and use the shred contents option that should come with your virus software or just empty the recycle bin.Finally,run a search of all pictures on your computer and delete the folder of any you find and shred those too.You really should tell your parents if you really want to straighten him out ,also.Good luck!
  • he's gonna look at porn every chance he gets! He's 15! I would have a little chat with him about what is acceptable. So, I'm guess there's no other computer in the house? He needs to get his own computer. Looking at some porn doesn't necessarily mean he's some crazy deviant. He's doing what any normal 15 year old would do. It's funny looking at responses from people who, when they were 15, had nothing to look at but the Sears catalogue. Things are different now. Tell him to stop looking at porn on your laptop, not because it's wrong, but because you don't want anybody to associate you with the porn, since it's your computer.
  • let him know if he does it again you will change the pass to your laptop and lock it anytime you dont use it.
  • I can tell he's guilty.........you know why? Because not only does he deny it.........he does so.........furiously.
  • Password protect it..block him from logging on. Then delete history and cookies.
  • Let him know that it's normal for guys to do that, and that you are cool with him doing whatever he wants. His personal life is just that. But also let him know that you don't appreciate him compromising your laptop's security by looking at porn, which could have viruses attached (even if they don't or it's rare, it might perk his interests to stop).
  • Derek, make sure its not kiddie porn, because if you have to bring your computer in for repair and the tech finds it he is duty bound by law to report it to the authorities.
  • new passwords...and give him his last warning and make clear of the penalties. if he keeps doing it. embarrass the shit out of him
  • why the hell is he saving the pics? that's retarded for him to do that and still deny it.
  • Photo shop his head onto one of the pictures and tell him if he doesn't stop you're going to give it to his friends.
  • If adults can block porn from their kids on the computer, why can't siblings? I say if he wants to look at porn, do it somewhere other than your computer. Who wants all those pop-ups? (no pun intended)
  • Put a password on your laptop so that he can't get in it. Or you can put it in a safe hiden place while your out. Act like your going to call the cops and have him prosecuted. Do something to scare him.
  • Id like to add to all the good answers that you should also explain him that it is okay to be curious, but that porn shows a completely wrong image of sexuality. It might be awkward to talk about it, but show him how you found out about it, so he has to stop denying it.
  • Just Let it be i mean if not Ur computer then some ones else i mean would u weather him looking at it then doing it. he a teenage boy that probably hit the puberty stage so there's a lot of curiosity so i mean i have a brother that is his age and i mean i take the computer away from him but its doesn't help he still got TV and he can get on some else and there are magazine now a days. so he is not gonna take it seriously yet not until he older and more mature
  • Tell your parents, first off. Then put a good password on your computer which he can't figure out. Come on, you kids are very computer savvy these days. I think you can figure that out......That way, you won't embarrass him as much as being confrontational might... Good luck!!
  • Aaaah, the good, ole, it wasn't me, it was the little brother story ain't working, eh?
  • I don't think you can get him to take it seriously. I would at least talk to him and ask him to be careful not to download anything. Pornography is loaded with things that are not good for the computer. He will probably be embarrassed every time you try to talk to him about it. It's just one of those things.
  • hes 15 its normal for him to tell him to go on the home comp not urs dont get pissed at him for lookin at porn get pissed at him for using ur computer
  • PUT SOME DIRTY MAGS WHERE HE CAN FIND THEM, MOST BOYS AT THAT AGE ARE LIKE THAT. WITH A LITTLE NOTE SAYING HANDS OFF MY COMPUTER, OR IF YOUR NOT OLD ENOUGH SPEAK TO YOUR DAD OR UNCLE EXPLAIN AND ASK THEN TO HAVE A WORD WITH HIM.
  • Ah, just let the poor guy do his thing.
  • Simple. Embarass the hell out of him. The next time you are with your folks and him both, then bring up, "So how was that porn you watched on my computer last night?"
  • while he is in or on your laptop get your dad in there and show him beating off^^
  • save a bunch of granny stuff to a porn file... he might think twice after seeing it.
  • password protect yer puter when you log off
  • Put a password. That's it. Don't make a deal out of it.

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