Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Internet Safety Tip Card

Many kids and teens don’t realize that the types of websites they visit, the information they post about themselves, and the off-hand remarks they sometimes make can lead to trouble. Protecting children and teens from Internet predators and scam artists is a very serious issue. Parents, play it safe. Talk about Internet safety with your kids, and teach them a few simple rules:

  • They should never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone they met online.
  • They should never upload or post pictures of themselves onto the Internet, or online service, to people they do not personally know.
  • Never give out identifying information such as their name, home address, school name, or telephone number.
  • Never download pictures from an unknown source, as there is a good chance these can be sexually explicit images.
  • Never respond to messages or bulletin board postings that are suggestive, obscene, belligerent, or harassing.
  • And remember, whatever they see online, may or may not be true.
  • For more information on Internet Safety and to get an official Arizona Internet Driver’s License visit the Arizona Attorney General’s Kids Page at www.azag.gov.

To Report Child Sexual Exploitation:
Cyber Tipline (800) 843-5678
www.cybertipline.com

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