National Institute on Media and the Family
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Friday, June 10, 2005
The recent article in the New York Times about a public service announcement campaign for young Internet users (see last post) is encouraging. The Justice Department, Advertising Council, children’s advocacy groups, and leading researchers are bringing attention to the dangers of the online sexual predators. Making kids aware of the dangers on the Internet is essential to protecting to them.
Posted by NIMF Staff @ 1:51 PM
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