Internet Safety for Children and Teens
The internet has become a platform for people from across the globe to share news and ideas, form online communities, and connect and build relationships with each other. There are currently over 2 billion internet users worldwide, including 900 million active Facebook users, of which many are children. As the internet community continues to grow, so has the rate of cybercrimes and cyberbullying. It has never been more critical for the public to become aware of safety protocols when accessing the internet.
Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is committed to empowering Nevada families with the knowledge and resources they need to stay safe online.
General Masto and top investigators from the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force are spreading the message of online safety to children and parents through a series of Internet Safety presentations. The interactive presentation allows parents to learn about the dangers of internet use as well as strategies parents can use to protect their children online.
Click the image to watch the Internet Safety Town Hall. We encourage schools, parents, and students to watch and share this video.
The Attorney General's Office continues our work to protect Nevadans from criminals online.
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