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AudlemOnline has published links to the information from the SecurityPrivacy.org site before, and we believe it to be legitimate. But like anything else in the internet world, treat everything with suspicion until proven otherwise!

This is from Adam, a Security Expert at SecurityPrivacy.org.

"I want to suggest you share an important guide which came out last week. I found it was very thorough on online safety:
Click here.

"I liked the way they summarized each section with actionable items."

Most of the information contained in this article is no more than common sense, but it does usefully highlight the range of threats "out there" to our children.

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