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Katie was only 15 when she met 22 year old John in an Internet chat room. It wasn't long before they arranged to meet in person. Her parents, becoming concerned, played one of the Web Wise Kids games with her. Katie soon realized John was not her "boyfriend" but a child predator. Her family notified local police, who discovered John was the primary suspect in the rape of a 13 year old girl.

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I am computer teacher... and I am presently developing an Internet Safety/Cyber bullying curriculum for grades K-8, and I feel as though you have the best and most reliable information and resources I have encountered. I appreciate that you have considered the difference in age levels in approaching the topic, and I am impressed with the resources you have made available.

Thank You!
Cathy R
Carmichael, CA 95608

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Our BeSeen interactive App game, teaches youth how to be responsible in social networks by securing their private and personal information, protecting their online reputation and defending their peers. It is available through the Android and iTunes app store.
 
The Web Wise Kids cell phone safety program for middle school children is titled It's Your Call. Based on true stories, it is an interactive game that allows users to play out difficult situations in the safety of cyberspace before they live them out in real life.
 
E-rate funding may be at risk! Beginning July 1, 2012, the FCC and the Child Internet Protection Act will require that schools receiving E-Rate funds must educate students about online safety and cyberbullying or risk losing their discounts.

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