The internet can be an excellent resource for Massachusetts kids. However, the freedom and accessibility that make it so useful can also be the source of hidden dangers. Hence, just as we exercise caution with the ‘real world’ environments that we allow our children to visit, the internet should be regarded with a healthy dose of vigilance and awareness.
This infographic with 10 guiding principles aims to ensure your child is both safe and responsible online. The internet needn’t be a dangerous place if treated with caution and respect.
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