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by Parry Aftab


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With exceptional wit and style, Parry Aftab empowers parents with essential eye-opening information on the cyber-environment .

With exceptional wit and style, Parry Aftab empowers parents with essential eye-opening information on the cyber-environment where their children play, learn, interact, and grow. -Della Curtis, Coordinator, Office Library Information Services. I welcome this new guide by Parry Aftab. -Federico Mayor, Director General, UNESCO. From the world's child cybersafety expert, a total program for keeping kids safe on the Internet. I worry about where my grandson and granddaughters go online.

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The Parent's Guide to the Internet, StopCyberbullying Global, A Parents Guide to Protecting Your Children . Parry Aftab is an Internet privacy and security lawyer, considered one of the founders of cyberlaw and founder of the world's largest and oldest cybersafety charity

The Parent's Guide to the Internet, StopCyberbullying Global, A Parents Guide to Protecting Your Children in Cyberspace. Parry Aftab is an Internet privacy and security lawyer, considered one of the founders of cyberlaw and founder of the world's largest and oldest cybersafety charity.

The Parent's Guide to Protecting Your Children in Cyberspace. Following September 11th, Parry Aftab's charity, WiredSafety, helped protect the families of those killed at the World Trade Center. She worked to help children worldwide get past the fear they felt following the attacks.

Aftab will sign free copies of her book, A Parent’s Guide to the Interne. nd How to Protect Your Children in Cyberspace. Also speaking is Leanne Shirey, a writer and Seattle police detective with the city’s vice squad

Aftab will sign free copies of her book, A Parent’s Guide to the Interne. Also speaking is Leanne Shirey, a writer and Seattle police detective with the city’s vice squad. Shirey designs Internet safety classes for parents and law-enforcement personnel. The event, which includes food, prizes and an appearance by the Seattle Mariners Moose, will be held from 6 to 9 . today at Bellevue Community College’s Northwest Center for Emerging Technologies.

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Parent's Guide to Protecting Children in Cyberspace. Inocencia En Peligro - Conviva Con Sus Hijos. Ms. Aftab has written the most comprehensive, easy to follow guide for parents or anyone about how to keep yourself and your family safe while surfing the World Wide Web. It cuts through the hype and the media presentation of the dark side of the web to really show people how to use the internet the way it was meant to be used.

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A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the book cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins. Some identifying marks on the inside cover, but this is minimal Aftab, Parry, The Parent's Guide to Protecting Yo. .

Aftab makes it clear that it is up to parents and caregivers to appropriately educate kids in online safety-while . This text offers a guide to protecting children from the dark side of the Web. It addresses a variety of topics that concern parents and teachers alike.

Aftab makes it clear that it is up to parents and caregivers to appropriately educate kids in online safety-while the benefits of including the Internet in your child's education are tremendous, there are some dangers (ranging from pretty minor to severe) that all family members need to be made aware of and taught how to avoid. It details the threats that lurk throughout the Web, from spam and chatrooms, cyber porn and cyber stalkers, and to sites that promote violence.


Comments: (7)

Gavinranara
Parents might worry that their child will find inappropriate sites on the Internet. It is important for parents to monitor their child's access to the World Wide Web and teach them proper use of it. This is not a television set with a limited number of channels. It is the information superhighway to the whole world. Think of it the same as traffic safety. You don't leave a young child playing unsupervised by a busy roadway. They could be hit by a car or kidnapped or attacked by a neighbor's dog. An older child after being taught basic principles is allowed more independence in that same situation.

Provide clear guidelines. Let your children know there are subjects or areas that you prefer to be off limits and explain why. Explore cyberspace with the child and talk about what they are seeing and doing.

Teach children safety rules for dealing with strangers online such as never giving out their full name, address or telephone number; never giving out a credit card number; or arranging to meet someone online without your permission. These are the same guidelines you probably use for telephone use in your home or for talking to strangers on the street.

Don't miss out on all the wonders of the World Wide Web. Take your child by the hand and set out on that information superhighway.
Uaha
My son was involved in a pretty scarey situation. He's fine now, chiefly because of this author, who is the top internet safety expert in the world.
He was being threatened and stalked by someone who knew where he lived and went to school. I found a site where people help parents when things go wrong online. The head of this site is a cyberlawyer who also wrote this book. I had read about her in Readers Digest and saw her on the Today show, and knew that she worked with the FBI on finding child molesters in cyberspace, and saw that 20/20 recommended her site, cyberangels.org, for help in cyberstalkings.
I wrote her in a panic. She answered my e-mail right away, personally, and helped us, personally. I'll never forget her or how she made us feel. Like we were the most important people on earth and she had nothing else to do but help us.
I bought her first book last year and this book as soon as I heard about it on television last month. I bought one for my sister and for my two brothers too. I don't think any parent should have to go through what we did, and I don't know what I would have done without help from this incredible woman. Her book is the best! and my son now knows not to give away personal information to strangers online. And I know how to teach him to use the Internet safely. She reminds us constantly, that even if they know more than we do about the technology, we are still the parents. Hurray for people like this. Parry is a real angel, not just a cyberangel. Buy her book. Buy several. The money helps support the kids internet safety programs she runs. And its fun to read.
Dianalmeena
I read Family PC Magazine regularly. Common sense and up on the latest things I want to know. This month, they reviewed this book and told stories about the author and her fight against pedophiles and child pornographers online. I was curious, and since I trust Family PC, bought the book. It was hard to get, apparently it's sold out in a lot of places offline already, but I bought it online. It was like reading a Family PC Book, easy to udnerstand, everything was relevant to what I wanted to know. This woman isn't a censorship fanatic, she tells us things I hadn't heard elsewhere about how pedophiles operate online and what our kids really do online. I also learned about filtering software, what works and what doesn't and found some great sites for my children to enjoy safely. What a help. It wasn't techy at all. It felt like we were having a conversation. Jokes and funny asides throughout the book, it was one of the easiest books I have ever read. It's just the help I needed. Once again, Family PC has steered me right. Right to this incredible book, written by an incredible person who cares about children. Buy the book, I've heard that the author runs these programs with her own money and that the money earned on this book helps kids online. So, buy two.! ;-)
Gagas
If you have children, you need this book. If you are thinking about having children, you need this book. If you know a child, you need this book. If you know what a child is, you need this book. Do you see a pattern forming here?
In all seriousness, Parry Aftab provides parents with the knowledge, tools, and advice parents need to guide their kids to safe use of the Internet.
Parry points out that the real danger on Internet is not pornography, hate, or misinformation. It's predators. She provides suggestions for dealing with the former and focuses on how to keep children safe from the latter. She does this in a sensible, non-alarmist way, putting the issues in true perspective and offering sound advice.
Realizing that children are far more knowledgeable about technology than parents, Parry tells you how to learn from your children, talk to them about what they are doing online, and with them, develop rules and guidelines that will allow them to be safe online.
So even if you don't know what a child is, you just might meet one online. You need this book!
The Parent's Guide to Protecting Your Children in Cyberspace download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Parry Aftab
ISBN: 0613221567
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Sagebrush Education Resources (January 2000)