It’s important for you as a parent to be aware of your teen’s digital life, and to work with him/her on setting boundaries, acting responsibly, and staying safe online.
Connecting with friends online and using social media tools can be fun. But… keep informed to make smart decisions.
These types of messages are intended only for one person; however, the sender has little control over these messages becoming public.
Online actions you may think are all in ‘good fun’ could lead to criminal charges.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Brush up on some common types of online fraud to protect your money
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Report sextortion to your local police.
Keeping yourself safe in the online world.
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