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Friday, February 1, 2008

Webisode 18: WebWise – Adult Internet Safety

You will be horrified and grateful to hear Susan Joyce, founder of Job-Hunt.org talk about the dangers of using the Internet. Porn is a visibly obvious issue but more stealth problems such as identity theft and computer viruses can happen by innocently using the Internet. Susan will uncover things to be aware while online looking for a job, buying a product, responding to an ad, or simply surfing. She’ll give tips on how to stay safe and what to do if you trip on trouble. Susan is a guru on Internet safety and etiquette. She has been quoted in dozens of places including the Wall Street Journal, NY Times and Time Magazine.

Sponsored by: Parents For Parents Magazine


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