The recent case of the Singaporean teen learning to hot wire motorcycles by watching YouTube videos has raised an alarm among parents.
Authorities are warning parents of heightened risks as children spend more time online to socialise with friends.
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The internet can be a vibrant and resource place for everybody but in recent years it is becoming a huge cause of worry, especially for parents.
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While the internet is a great tool that your child should eventually know how to use, it also poses a lot of danger. Teaching your child these internet safety rules can help them make smart decisions online.
It might be fun to share your experiences, photos, and thoughts online, but you need to be very careful when it comes to the types of information you share.
You should only create a profile under your real name once you’re happy with the amount of accessible information.
This story will open your eyes to the dangers that lurk behind the anonymity of the Internet. Please read and share the tips in this article with your children without fail.
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