Mind sticky-ing this with the attorney's advice? It's too valuable to be lost in the shuffle. Needs easy access to help everyone, IMHO.
Done stepping on toes.
Keep well informed and a step ahead with these links:
Romance on the internet safety:http://www.ou.edu/oupd/kidsafe/websafe.htm
Loads of tips and advice for parents, students, school projects, legal advice, etc:
Here's some more info recommended by Bullying Online:
"If you come across anything seriously inappropriate online contact Wired Safety at www.wiredsafety.org , or the Internet Watch Foundation at www.iwf.org.uk . These organisations are not concerned with material which you may not like, they are there to combat serious issues involving pedophiles. You should also report concerns about anyone your child is contacting on the internet to the police." (emphasis mine)
This is about identity theft:http://www.usdoj.gov/criminal/fraud/idtheft.html
This one is long...it's on resolving conflict online:
Be well. Love and blessings to each of you.
hmm interesting thread!!!
just what i needed,thanks!!
Some other great sites are:
And a really great one for searching things (especially people if you find a person suspicious and want to know if they really are who they say.)
I learned about them today at my school. Quite interesting, if you ask me. :D
Last edited by LyraDragonStar; December 5th, 2005 at 11:20 PM.
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