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Most adults and parents are already well aware that not everyone on the internet is who they say they are.

Dec 5, 2020

Kids, though, can be a little more naive and, depending on their age, are often incredibly trusting of people they’re speaking to online. While 'stranger danger' may be ingrained in a child's physical world, the concept is often lost in their digital landscape.

Continuing our #BeSafeSaturday information series sharing different national agencies advice about our children's online and digital safety, this guide provides help and guidance to parents on the topic of Catfishing. 💻🔒
#wethinkbig #esafety

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