Column: Protect children while they game online

Anyone can pretend to be someone else on the internet, and your teen-ager might think he or she is talking to another teen when, in reality, they might be talking to someone who means them harm.

Read the full article from Michelle Loranger, Executive Director of the Children's Advocacy Center of Bristol County, a program of JRI


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