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Information is the best defense.
Share it with everyone you know.
Young children should not use chatrooms. Period. Young children should also share your e-mail address until they are old enough to have their own.
Teach children never to give out personal information over the Internet without your permission.
Do not respond to or open mail from strangers.
Monitor your child’s chatroom activity.
Talk to your children about sexual predators and potential online dangers.
Never download anything from an unknown source
Choose a gender-neutral screen name.
Never go to private area of chatroom.
Encourage communication if something happens that makes them scared or uncomfortable.Rules for Safe Surfing
Young adolescents are the most vulnerable age group and are at high risk of being approached by online predators
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