Our Gift To The Cyberhood Watch To Help Develop Cyber-Savvy-Kids
"DON'T TAKE CANDY FROM STRANGERS"
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I would personally like to thank my friends Bill and Anissa Wardell, for their generosity.
Both, Bill and Anissa, have graciously given me permission to offer their book, "Don't Take Candy From Strangers" as a gift to anyone who visits the "New Internet Security" site.
I recently had the privilege to sit and talk with Bill and Anissa and discuss what inspired them to write their book. Bill said, that he was concerned that MySpace was getting a bad-rap due to certain unsavory individuals that had gained notoriety and everyone panicked. Don't assume for a second that Bill isn't aware of the insidious and corrupt element that festers on MySpace, he understands all too well. He realized that MySpace was here to stay, so instead of a reactive stance, Bill chose a proactive approach as a mentor and teacher.
The phenomenon of online social networking and its attraction is certainly part of a generation gap for most parents. However, Bill recognized the importance and need for social networking among teens. And rather than denying access to MySpace, and as parents and guardians we are well aware of the resourcefulness of teens, it would be more advantageous to educate parents. In turn these parents would instill knowledgeable guidelines to follow; hence, allowing teens their freedom of social networking and at the same time developing cyber-savvy-kids.
"Don't Take Candy From Strangers" details the thinking and mindset of the predator and the pedophile and how to avoid their traps. Grab your copy of these online security tips regarding MySpace for your family, friends, anyone you know that has children and
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