Question: What do online predators say?

How do you expose an online predator?

VICTIM REPORTINGContact your local law enforcement agency.Contact your local FBI field office (contact information can be found at www.fbi.gov).File a report with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (1-800-843-5678 or online at www.cybertipline.org).More items •Dec 12, 2019

What can an online predator do with your personal information?

Using apps and websites where kids interact, predators may pose as a child or teen looking to make a new friend. They might prod the child to exchange personal information, such as address and phone number, or encourage kids to call them, seeing their phone number via caller ID.

Who are the most vulnerable to online predators?

Children between the ages of 12 and 15 are especially susceptible to be groomed or manipulated by adults they meet online. According to the F.B.I., over 50 percent of the victims of online sexual exploitation are between the ages of 12 and 15.

What should you do if you think a predator is online?

If you think your child is being contacted by an online predator, seek immediate help from the following resources: Local police: If your child is in immediate danger, you should call 911. Otherwise, you can call your local polices non-emergency number to report a problem.

How do I teach my child online predators?

Use these tips to teach your child how to stay safe online.Talk to your child about online predators. Discuss risky behavior. Spell out what a risky relationship is. Talk about the dangers of chat rooms. Warn your child about online flirting. Bring up sexy selfies. Be clear about offline safety rules, too.More items

Does online gaming bring more harm than good?

Because in many cases, gaming can do more harm than good. In the study, lead author Greg West, an associate professor of psychology at UdeM, reveals that habitual players of action games have less grey matter in their hippocampus, a major part of the brain.

What is bad about online gaming?

Playing online isnt all fun and games—children are at risk from bullying, identity theft, credit card fraud and even sexual exploitation. Make sure to talk to your children about these risks. Dont lose out—look for warning signs, understand the risks and take an active interest in your kids online gaming habits.

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