Parents struggle to monitor safety as kids spread wings online

Tuesday, 3 October 2006, 1:00 AM EST

Snooping through the family computer, a woman discovered that her 13-year-old daughter and some girlfriends had posted profiles on the Internet site MySpace. Word spread, and soon the other moms had ordered the youngsters to delete their profiles.

But that didn't deter the River Dell Middle School students.

At AZ.

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