Protect your children from online predators

Monday, 26 March 2007, 2:15 AM EST

For parents, the Internet can be like navigating a minefield.

While the Web allows kids the freedom to make friends, play games and research homework with the click of a button, it can pose a potential danger as online predators, cyberbullies and scam artists ply their trade. "Your child could be physically harmed by someone he or she encounters online and later meets in person," said online security expert Benjamin Halpert.

At CNN.

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