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Our children are at a higher risk to be victims of Internet crimes than most parents realize.  Don't be uninformed.  Understand the scope of the problem, facts and figures to identify the benefits of childhood Internet activity and where your child may be in danger online.


  • An estimated 725,000 children have been "aggressively" asked for sex, defined as an offer to meet in person. (Congressional Study submitted June 8, 2000)

  • The Internet allows people to talk and view material of anyone in the world, including individuals with a criminal mind. It is essential that you monitor a child's online activities and we provide the software to accomplish that. Only 1/3 of the households with Internet access are proactively protecting their children with filtering or blocking software.
    Center for Missing and Exploited Children

  • 75% of children are willing to share personal information online about themselves and their family in exchange for goods and services.

  • About 25 percent of the youth who encountered a sexual approach or solicitation told a parent.
    Youth Internet Safety Survey

  • One in five U.S. teenagers who regularly log on to the Internet say they have received an unwanted sexual solicitation via the Web. Solicitations were defined as requests to engage in sexual activities or sexual talk, or to give personal sexual information. 
    Crimes Against Children Research Center

  • One in 33 youth received an aggressive sexual solicitation in the past year. This means a predator asked a young person to meet somewhere, called a young person on the phone, and/or sent the young person correspondence, money, or gifts through the U.S. Postal Service.
    Youth Internet Safety Survey

  • 77% of the targets for online predators were age 14 or older. Another 22% were users ages 10 to 13. 
    Crimes Against Children Research Center

  • 75 percent of the solicited youth were not troubled, 10 percent did not use chat rooms and 9 percent did not talk to strangers.
    Crimes Against Children Research Center

  • Only 25% of solicited children were distressed by their encounters and told a parent.
    Crimes Against Children Research Center

  • Only 17 percent of youth and 11 percent of parents could name a specific authority, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), CyberTipline, or an Internet service provider, to which they could report an Internet crime.
    Youth Internet Safety Survey

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MySpace and Facebook Monitoring Tools - What are your children seeing on MySpace and FaceBook?

You're a sensible, safety-conscious parent. You don't let your children decorate their rooms with violent or pornographic images. You have made it clear that you won't tolerate swearing. You certainly wouldn't approve of them bringing home friends who call themselves SuicideLullaby or PeeStandingUp. So why would you let them get away with all this and more on MySpace and Facebook?

MySpace and Facebook is a growing phenomenon, popular with teens all across the globe. It is easy to understand its appeal. Each person creates their own page, their own "space", where they can express themselves without parental monitoring or censorship, and form bonds with other people online. In some ways, MySpace and Facebook is very traditional - girls have pink pages where they talk about love and kittens, and boys use darker shades and boast about their drunken escapades.

But it doesn't stop there. A quick browse through MySpace and Facebook shows that many of the girls are putting up scantily-clad photos of themselves. There's swearing, talk of drug use, and suicidal poetry. In short, there are many things on MySpace and Facebook that you would never want your children to see. Sometimes, the dangers of MySpace and Facebook spread to the real world, as certain news stories about sexual predators illustrate.

Many parents have already discovered the horrors of MySpace and Facebook. A well-known Internet safety expert recently revealed that she receives about 1,000 emails a day from parents who are upset about what they've seen on MySpace and Facebook. So what can you do? Be Proactive and Get Protection @

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