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Prepared for the 6th Annual Prevention Conference

Keeping Children Safe: An Internet Workshop Presented by: Tom Hanna, LifeNET, Inc. Michael Stephani, President, Exotrope, Inc. Rusk Jones, Co-Founder, KidsNeedUs.Com
In many ways, the Internet has become a source of very serious worries and concerns in parenting. The millions of pages of pornography on the worldwide web, the well-documented instances of chat-rooms turning into the hunting ground for pedophiles should be a concern for all adults. But it is not just sex. It is also violence. Children who may be at the tipping point for school violence are known to have used the Internet as a source of information on building bombs, and as a source of psychological support for their more dangerous fantasies. What is a parent to do? Are the software packages that promise to serve as "watchdogs" adequate to protect children? This workshop will provide parents and others with expert, practical information on the role that Internet technology can -- and can't -- play in keeping children safe in a dangerous world.

Child Safety Sites selected for the Workshop

SafeSurf - Making the Net Safe
Internet Content Rating Association. Global PICS-based filtering system
Danger on the Internet - Cyber Safety Seminar
Cyber-Safety
05/23/00 BW Online--Five Steps for Cyber Safety
Open Directory - Computers: Internet: Child Safety
About the Open Directory Project
CPSR Filtering FAQ
The Internet Filter Assessment Project
Rating the Net
Yahoo! Computers and Internet > Internet > Child Safety
Google Web Directory - Computers > Internet > Child Safety
Student Safety on the Internet
Child Safety on the Internet
Cyber Safety for Kids
SafeKids.Com Home Page
The NetSmartz Workshop - teaching children what to watch out for online with fun, interactive games and activities.


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