#1 Take the trip together. Take the time to see what your kids are doing online and what their interests are. If you don’t know how to log on, get your child to show you.
#2 Teach kids never to give out their personal information to people they meet online, especially in public places like chat rooms and bulletin boards.
#3 Instruct your child never to plan a face-to-face meeting alone with online acquaintances without your permission....
Where: Chicago, USA
July 1, 2000: Computers and Internet connections are not for the rich alone. Even the poor should be able to use it, says Zina Munoz. Zina works as a nurse in Chicago.
But Zina is not merely a nurse. She is also one of the people behind an Internet revolution in half a dozen countries across the world.
The idea came to her during a medical conference in Dallas four years ago. Americans keep throwing away old models of computers for newer and faster computers even though the old ones are working fine....
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