The Internet has revolutionized the way people communicate with each other, as well as how they shop, learn and a host of other things. The very ease of communication that the Internet brings makes some Internet users more vulnerable to predators.

Below is the link to a guide published by the North Carolina Department of Justice to help adults teach children how to reduce the risk of interacting with harmful people on the Internet.

Internet Safety Guide

The Federal Trade Commission has also published resources to educate children and adults about the dangers of the Internet and how to protect one’s self and children.

This one is for kids.

This one is for adults.

These books are also available in Spanish.

 

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