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Are Your Kids Naked Online? How to Protect Your Tech-savvy Kids from Online Self-destruction by Chris Good and Lisa Good offers parenting guidance in a world ruled by technology. Right from the start, the book points out a disturbing fact: “Most children today know more than their parents when it comes to technology. However, just because they are tech-savvy doesn’t mean they are wise. The majority of kids today are young and immature.” This immaturity makes them vulnerable, weak and exposed to some of the traps that are found in the dark web, including bullies, sex predators, and many others. In this book, they ask: What is the acceptable attitude children need to have when using online technology? At what age should they start using gadgets and applications for school? How should they handle realities like sexting and bullying, and a lot more?
This book explores the pitfalls children face when using digital space and the impact that exposure to damaging behaviors can have on their lives. But there is more to the book than that. It explores how to beat scams, develop a good reputation and avoid situations that can tarnish their social reputations, which might even block opportunities in the future. Readers will understand common behaviors associated with online predators and how to help their children identify them. The authors discuss a wide variety of topics, including Cyber Security, the Dark Web, buying fake IDs, how smartphone apps can become a doorway to hidden secrets and danger, the real consequences of sexting, the common practices of sexual predators on social media, what tech giants actually teach their kids and a lot more. Are Your Kids Naked Online: How to Protect Your Tech-savvy Kids from Online Self-destruction is filled with practical steps and the wisdom to help keep kids safe while they explore the online world. It’s a must-have for parents with tech-savvy teens.