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Mike Domitrz, CSP
The Center for Respect, Inc.
P.O. Box 269
Mukwonago, WI 53149-0269
For 3 years, we have been warning parents of the added risks for their sons and daughters, preteens and teenagers, interacting on social video chat
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How many hours a month do you think your kids are online? On average, most kids are spending 20 hours online. Most kids between the ages of 13 – 17 believe their parents have no clue as to what their activities are online. Here’s what they do, where they go, who they meet:
While most people assume Cyber Bullying occurs only in social networking forums such as MySpace.com, the reality is bullying is taking place through chat rooms and instant messages
The Internet brings a wide array of how children can be victimized. Abusers can instantly get what they want: child pornography, sexually explicit chats, and the opportunity to coerce a child into a meeting