Is your child safe from online predators? What you might not know can surprise you

Expert say the most important step to protecting kids from online predators is knowing your child, having discussions with them about the dangers of online predators and being vigilant in checking on who they are friends with online. —

Most parents have educated their children to "stranger danger" stressing the importance of keeping away from people trying to lure them into cars with the promise of candy, money, or other incentives.

But how many have warned them about the people they meet over social media?

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