NetSmartz Workshop helps parents be Internet-aware

Parents and guardians who sometimes find themselves confused by new apps and sites dotting the home screens of their kids’ phones have a place to go for help. NetSmarts, an online workshop presented by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, helps parents, educators, law enforcement, and young adults and children smart and safe surfing skills.

Videos and presentations are available, as well as helpful guides on a variety of issues like cyber bullying and online predators. But parents and guardians can find help on lesser-known topics, like file sharing and the dangers it poses not just for the device, but also in location tracking and abuse.

You can check it out and learn more at netsmartz.org.

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