Any violation should be a loss of all computer privileges for a few weeks.
I would also set a new rule that no one can use the computer when you are not home.
More often then not this stems from friends who talk about it.
I dare say when you speak with her she will likely tell you that so and so told her about it and she just wanted to see what it was.
It makes it easy to scan through your lists and keep track of progress.
Here's an example of what they look like: Your reading intentions are also stored in your profile for future reference.
When you are ready to be calm as her why.....accept her reasons.
Let her know that you to was once curious, in fact a old example may put this in perspective a little easier for her.
Set the programs to where you can check the history every day.The key is talking to her about it.........simply grounding her is not teaching her anything.Add to the fact that children start experimenting far earlier then in the past and you could have a recipe for disaster.If you overreact over this she may never come to you in the future and that is the last thing you want.Walter Thank you so much for taking your time and knowledge to support my concerns.Let her know that someday when she is older these are things she may experience but right now she is still a child and this is not appropriate for her.