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It’s time to get R.E.A.L. about protecting kids online. Our kids are growing up in a digital world. But all that screen time could be putting any child at risk. Online, it’s harder to tell if people are really who they say they are. It’s our job to help kids recognize who their real friends are – and aren’t.
As we spend more time at home and online, it is more important than ever for parents to be the eyes and ears for their children, helping navigate their online experiences and protect them from potentially harmful relationships.
Talking to children about online safety can – and should – be a regular part of life. Check in with your kids often to see what they are doing online and keep up to date on new apps and games – and how they are using them.
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