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Internet Safety

posted Mar 7, 2011, 11:38 AM by Domain Admin   [ updated May 19, 2011, 11:41 AM ]
https://2838008787364511647-a-farmingtonhoa-org-s-sites.googlegroups.com/a/farmingtonhoa.org/farmington-now/announcements/_draft_post/InternetSafety-1.jpg?attachauth=ANoY7coO5WTFqQ1RWzcG6HFgweuliAzEjx1Sk8k-G_hIKCZomiG9bPilvq_TGtXOynHa1Kh1UeqfufRVKpb7-KtCCDG70h3QYz-ezEoZmRznyOcJ5k3nEc8XyuX_uszW8lzFafEn0CKKl9zWVcKR6OodykIDZ6IY8NYBiB-HarTmvYL0Xu3lTTKqoW0uOeVIdugBSq5MTZcuqiPg4o9RhRZJk4tHYf53JnTJ_e585-1t-Nhn4zffDnPvh_o2R46w_q6aB3qPal-o&attredirects=0 Sgt Tessa Burchett of Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office wanted to share a brochure on internet safety with our neighborhood.  This of course is a constant concern and depending on the age of your children, parts of this could be explained to them.  Younger children that are just learning to use the internet should be made aware that ‘chat rooms’ are not safe places and we don’t have the normal ways to determine if someone is really who they say they are—for this reason sites such as Facebook and MySpace are not appropriate for minors, and children should not be left to use the internet on their own.  Also make sure they are not sharing information with anyone on the internet, not only addresses and phone numbers, but things like their school, team names and numbers, etc. as these are things predators are looking for.   And again, for adults, financial information should not be shared with anyone contacting you through email, or the internet.  The brochure touches on all of this.
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