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Helping Your Kids Become Good Cyber Citizens By Example Imagine a parent sitting in a car with his kid in front of a Tom Thumb convenience store and telling him Robbery is a bad thing Robbery will get you in trouble maybe even land you in jail Then having proclaimed this that same parent removes a gun and ski mask from the glove compartment and sticks up the aforementioned store No parent would ever do that right And if he did hed not be a very good parent would he Advancing a step toward reality a question comes to mind What does a parent guardian or trusted adults attitude on the subject of software piracy say to a kid Is the message he receives a confusing one such as Theyve got lots of money they dont need mine Or Why should I pay for a Windows upgrade Uncle Freddie got the latest copy with his new computer and he loaned me a disk Student attitudes are often a composite largely based on a combination of what their peers their parents and trusted persons around them do or have to say concerning a given issue When that issue is software piracy kids are likely to lean toward the path of least resistance It takes more than attitude for a kid to become a software pirate Availability plays a key role as well Therein lurks the body of the iceberg Widespread computer availability at home at school and in libraries is providing Americas nearly 61 million school-age kids with unprecedented Internet access This year as kids log on more than ever before a technology trade group is cautioning teachers and parents that increased on-line use may also lead kids to big trouble Although typically fun and educational surfing the Internet nonetheless poses numerous dangers for todays students According to the Business Software Alliance BSA faster and more pervasive online access
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