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Imagine this you are on your way home from work and you find a car you have never seen in your driveway Everyone including the kids are out and you wonder who could be in your house You open the door and standing there is a burglar You call the police but you are still thinking about how the stranger got in your house It turns out your youngest child has been chatting this stranger and telling him all your information including times that everyone is out and your address Your child claims it was a friend he met on a website but due to his inexperience he was unable to realize it couldve been anybody behind the computer screen This brings up the controversial topic should kids be allowed on the Internet or should they be restricted to an extreme extentSure there are many redeeming qualities about the Internet but with good also come the bad So even though there is a plethora of information on the Internet there is just as much false information This false information can make a child believe something that isnt true An example of this can be looking something up on Wikipedia Anybody can edit something on Wikipedia so if the information is not from a reliable source the chances are whatever was written is false Nobody wants his or her child to learn the wrong thing so for the childs best interest the Internet should only be used during school hoursAlso kids do not understand any better than to reveal personal information Sure kids are taught to never say anything that would risk their safety but they do not understand why So when their friends online ask about them and where they live and such they say everything they know This is because they think they are talking to someone of their own age rather than someone of any age Furthermore all it takes is one child
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