With Kids on Devices, Advocates Want Parents to Stay Vigilant for Online Predators

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As South Florida schools require students to work online, parents are having to be extra vigilant of the time kids are spending on the internet.

“There’s no more school, their friends they are used to they don’t get to spend time with, and so that is something predators use,” Florida State Sen. Lauren Book said.

Book is a sex abuse advisor and now fights to protect children from online predators. She says one in five children who touch a digital device will be sexually solicited online, a statistic even more scary now with kids online for school.

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