Online Risks (Copyright © NetSmartz)
Publication Year: 2007
This publication identifies the risks that children face online such as pornography, sexual exploitation and enticement, cyberstalking, racist websites, cult groups, recipes for making bombs, promotional material for tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and graphic violence. This article also provides information on sexual predators and where they find their victims and also how they entice their victims using things like CDs, and games.
This publication is available only on the Internet.
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