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What can you do to protect your child from sexual predators online?

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One in four US teen girls reported that they met strangers off the Internet. One in seven boys admitted they did as well. While most of these “Internet friends” turn out to be another teen or preteen, that’s not always the case. Unfortunately, children are now dying at the hands of their Internet child molesters and, not all of children occurs offline.

Christina Long, a thirteen year old honors student and cheerleader, is your child, if you’re lucky. This isn’t one of those “those kind of kids” stories. This story proves that no family is exempt from danger — all children are at risk. This is a call to arms for parents everywhere. We can no longer say “not my kid.” Christina Long is our kid. She had a troubled family life earlier, but was in a loving and caring home. Wake up! As an FBI officer once told me, “Go home and hug your children tonight, tell them you love them. Because if you don’t someone in there [pointing at the computer] will.”

OSA Editorial Comments:

This is a great new resource that I found the other day, go check it out. The site has great content and information they have provided to protect your children from .

Your Online Security Authority
Bill Wardell

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