Are your children protected?
It's estimated more than 50,000 sex predators are lurking online, ready to trap kids into a nightmare.
The experts suggest several programs and websites to help keep your children safe:
-Net Nanny (netnanny.com)
-Safekids.com... this is a very extensive website with suggested online rules and guidelines for parent ands kids. Has "kid speak" on the website for children to understand.
-Chat Monitor... a program you can purchase to track activity on your home computer.
-Protectkids.com... excellent resource for parents.
-Watchdogpc.com... Another program to download and purchase, similar to Net Nanny.
To find out if a sex offender lives in your neighborhood, click here.
For information from the North Carolina Attorney General on internet safety and how to protect your children online, click here.
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