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121: Internet Safety For All Ages

121: Internet Safety For All Ages

8-Page Book -  Measures: 8½" x 11"
Age: All Elementary, Middle School, Junior High, High School, Adults, Parents, Senior Citizens


A Family Guide to Internet Safety for All Ages

The Internet is an unprotected resource for free speech and can be used to distribute and discuss information about anything. Because the Internet is so large and no one polices it, there are potential dangers. And now that the Internet is mobile with cell phones and tablets, it makes it even harder for parents to monitor. This guide is full of important information that everyone who uses the Internet should be aware of.

Topics mentioned include: Cyberbullying; Human Trafficking; Terrorist Activity; Wi-fi Hotspots; Video Chat (Skype, FaceTime); Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.); Gaming (PlayStation, Xbox, Wii, etc.); Texting; Geolocation Data/Tracking; Sexting; Tablets; e-Readers; Profiles; Passwords; Cell Phones; Charging/Power Cord Safety; and more.


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