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The Internet continues to be a potentially dangerous place for children (or for anyone). Parents are responsible to protect their children. Harm is potentially everywhere. The Internet is a highly-condensed hiding place where danger lurks.
Parents must track their children's Internet use if they wish to help protect them. There are very few safe environments on the Web. Predators will find creative ways to groom.
According to Trend Micro, one in seven active Internet-using children has been solicited sexually. One in three children is exposed to sexual material.
With these kinds of statistics, it's no wonder that 83 percent of parents say they're worried about their children's online behavior. But unfortunately, only 30 percent of worried parents check up on their kids' social profiles. You say it, but do you really mean it?
If so, you should check-up on your kids. Start here:
Join us in the quest to keep children safe by starting in your own home.
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