Your child might encounter messages via chats, email, or their cell phones that are belligerent, demeaning, or harassing.Bullies, typically other young people, often use the internet to bother their victims.We’ve got this special drug, this pill here will give you relief for 24 hours, and no side effects, no addiction.’ Well, the rest is history.We’ve had the federal government stamp of approval all the way through.” Martinsburg Police Chief Richards said a critical element of any drug prevention program for would-be addicts is the availability of role models.Your child might provide information or arrange an encounter or meeting possibly risking his or her safety or the safety of other family members.
Phishing is a technique that hackers use to steal information by duplicating legitimate websites with copies that are almost exactly the same; some are very, very convincing.
Many game consoles can also be connected to the internet and be used for chatting and other online interactions.
In other words, children do not have to be in the company of responsible adults to use the internet. Anyone in the world - companies, governments, individuals, and organizations - good and bad, responsible and irresponsible - can publish material on the internet.
Richards cited last year’s best seller “Hillbilly Elegy by West Virginian born author J . Vance who recounts how his grandmother served as his adult role model who encouraged him to carve a successful future path.
Parents need to be aware that children can go online from their computer at home, at a friend's house, in school, at the public library, at a club, at an internet cafe, and from any number of different handheld communication devices from laptop computers to cell phones.
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