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Gone are the days when kids can walk free on the streets without fear of getting abducted.
The communities where children are safe to roam is shrinking.
You can argue that by spying on at least most of what your children are doing, you can have some sort of control or influence over them, but I have to say that the opposite is true.
Children whose parents constantly stalk what they do, looking over their shoulder and reading every message and Google search, those children are the ones who want to rebel.
These statistics prove there’s a very real danger to anyone under the age of 17 on the Internet.
It would be completely irresponsible of any parent to not take an active role in monitoring a child’s use of the Internet, and making sure that the activity taking place doesn’t leave a door open for Internet predators to take advantage of a child’s naivety.
Let’s say you find a way to track all the websites your children visit on the home Wi Fi, you track their text messages and phone calls, and you don’t let them have Facebook or any kind of instant messenger. You’ll never be able to fully control everything your child does.
In junior high and high school, I remember the Internet filters that the school used were seen as a joke.
Russ advised that in recent years the FBI has seen an increase in what they call “sextortion” cases.
Technically, they aren’t really mature enough to handle that stuff.” to handle that stuff.
By appropriately monitoring and blocking things that could pose a threat, you can ensure that your child never has to do so, before they are old enough and emotionally prepared enough to handle the darker things that life can throw at them.
That is, the child is convinced to send progressively more explicit photos of themselves, “extorted” by the fact that the perpetrator threatens to send the previous explicit photo to friends and family if they don’t send over more photos that are even more explicit.
The children that get into these situations are not stupid or immature, nor do they lack the understanding that there is a very real danger online that needs to be avoided.
It isn’t until the crime has been committed and it’s too late, that the child may understand the reality of the situation.