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Consider setting up a virtual private network and 5 other tips to help thwart cyber criminals
ODDS ARE YOU WOULDN’T DISCLOSE personal details, like when you’re planning to go on vacation and leave your house empty, to a random stranger on the street. But many people happily post that sort of information on their social feeds for millions of people to find—and if you’re not divulging your family’s schedule (and secrets) online, your teens just might be. Review the following do’s and don’ts to help you and your family stay safe in today’s super-connected world.
Children don’t understand the risks of the online world. It’s up to parents to teach them the dangers of sharing photos and personal information.
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