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What is the difference between AOL and the web?

AOL is an interactive service that is subject to our Conditions of Service, our agreement providing you with content that is safe and enjoyable. Through the AOL service, you can visit the World Wide Web, a vast network of individual computers that share information. Although AOL members can access the web through the AOL service, the web itself is not subject to AOL's Conditions of Service. Because some web content is inappropriate for children, we recommend that you select the appropriate AOL Parental Controls category for each child's age and maturity level. This will prevent your kids from accessing inappropriate sites on the World Wide Web when they are using AOL.