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How Can I Protect My Child From Strangers Online?

How Can I Protect My Child From Strangers Online?

Resources

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OrganizationFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
http://www.fbi.gov
Visit the FBI website for Internet safety tips for kids and parents and other safety information.

OrganizationFamily Education
http://www.familyeducation.com
The best of the Internet's content, resources, and shopping for parents.

Web SiteWiredSafety
http://www.wiredsafety.org
This online safety group provides help, information, and education to mobile device users of all ages. The site covers everything from identity theft to cyberbullying.

Web SiteNSTeens
http://www.nsteens.org/
This site for teens offers advice on topics like online safety, social networking, and cyberbullying.

Web SiteNetsmartz Kids
http://www.netsmartzkids.org/indexFL.htm
Through games and activities, this site helps kids understand how to stay safe online, especially when communicating via instant messaging and social networking sites.

Web SiteSafeTeens.com
http://www.safeteens.com
SafeTeens.com offers information about Internet safety and homework help for teens.

Web Sitei-SAFE America
http://www.isafe.org
i-SAFE teaches kids and teens how to be safe on the Internet.



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