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Children in Isolation at Increased Risk for Online Predators

Children in Isolation at Increased Risk for Online Predators

Charlene Doak-Gebauer, author and expert on digital safety for children and families, said that during the coronavirus outbreak, children who are sequestered inside homes and using devices more than usual are at higher risk for exposure to pornography and online predators.

“Children are being given too much ownership for their decisions, particularly online,” Doak-Gebauer said in a report published on the EIN Presswire website.

“We have to supervise on digital devices.”

EIN Presswire reported on what Doak-Gebauer said about online safety:

Doak-Gebauer said her “theory of digital supervision is necessary for online child and family protection,” according to her website.

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