Child Safety Online: Discover How You Can Prevent Your Child From Becoming A Predator’s Target And Your Worst Nightmare! AAA+++ [NOOK Book]

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Dear Parent,

Children being are approached online by people they don’t know at an alarming rate. The majority of them are under the age of 15. Every year the percentage of child victims from this epidemic continues to grow. Is your child in danger of becoming a statistic?

Do you know what they’re doing ...
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Child Safety Online: Discover How You Can Prevent Your Child From Becoming A Predator’s Target And Your Worst Nightmare! AAA+++

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Overview

Dear Parent,

Children being are approached online by people they don’t know at an alarming rate. The majority of them are under the age of 15. Every year the percentage of child victims from this epidemic continues to grow. Is your child in danger of becoming a statistic?

Do you know what they’re doing when they’re online?

Any parent with a child knows that the thought of their child getting mixed up with an online predator is nothing but trouble. Millions of children log on the internet each and every day. It used to be that the television dominated most of their time. Now with the internet, television is just a passing memory.

Just like adults, children use the internet to surf and communicate with their friends. However, every day they access online is another day where they can get into something they’re not supposed to. Some children have adult supervision the entire time they’re online; but what about the ones that don’t? Parents that have full-time jobs or are constantly on the go don’t have that luxury. They for the most part, have to trust their instincts and hope their child does the right thing.

On the other side of the computer, there are strangers ready to pounce on their next victim

Your child is your responsibility, so you owe it to them and yourself to make sure the online environment around them is safe. Predators will do everything possible to remove that trust away from you and steer it toward them. With monitoring, you’ll be able to know your child’s every move on the internet.

Children will download anything that’s free. They know that they won’t have to bother you about buying it for them. However, some of these items shouldn’t be downloaded because of potential threats to your computer. This report will let you know the forbidden free downloads and why they should not be downloaded on your computer.

If your child should happen to download any of the “forbidden freebies”, your computer is subject to being infected with spyware and malware. In this report, you will discover...

Signs that you may have them... How they affect your computer... How you can get rid of them

What you as a parent can do to protect the safety and privacy of your child

These predators come in all forms. There is no one standard for them. Your child may be thinking they’re conversation with someone their age. Come to find out, it’s a stranger looking for the next child victim. Most of the time these weirdoes are not in their right frame of mind. It doesn’t what kind of background the child is from.

Preying for a child online is an equal opportunity setup. Your child could come from one of several classes: wealthy, middle class or poor. There is no prejudice when it comes to young children. No matter what type of upbringing your child has, they are still at risk from being lured into this online trap.

Social networking is hot, and if your child is looking to make friends online, don’t be surprised if they become part of this online era. As a parent, you must educate yourself on the dangers that come with your child getting involves with social networking sites.

A FEW THINGS TO LOOK OUT FOR

1) Different ways your child could be accessing these sites other than the home computer

2) Why they should be careful about posting their personal information online. In reality, they shouldn’t be doing it and this report explains why

3) Why you should follow their every move on social networking sites

4) Where in your house you should not install a computer and why

5) Why it’s not a good idea for your child to upload photographs of themselves on the internet for strangers to see
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015012927
  • Publisher: BDP
  • Publication date: 7/30/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,188,945
  • File size: 59 KB

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