March 22, 2011

Parents Receive Help with Internet Safety 101SM Training, Frederick News Post

 Anita Gugel is infuriated that a predator will use something as innocent as the name of a school on a child's T-shirt to hunt down the next victim.

But that awareness, and wanting to stay ahead of a game in which her son's safety is concerned, motivated Gugel to attend Monday night's Internet Safety 101SM program at Frederick High School.

The PTA Council of Frederick County sponsored the two-hour program, which was presented by Enough is Enough, an organization dedicated to making the Internet safer for children and families. Cris Clapp Logan, director of communications and Congressional relations for the organization, armed an audience of about 75 with information about online pornography, online safety tips and advice on Internet monitoring and other tools to keep their children safe.

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