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The Secret Lives of Teens (Online Predators) #954376

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Rockville, Maryland: Seth Doane) The targeting by sexual predators of teens who post personal information online featured; details given about a high school project designed to make teens more aware of their vulnerability; findings of what teens reveal online cited. [Thomas S. Wootton High School students Adrienne CHAVEZ†, Amy DING†, Ben GORDON†- comment on their “stalking” project.] [Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation Flint WATERS†- explains how predators figure out where the kids are.] [Internet safety expert Parry AFTAB†- says the kids have a disconnect between reality and virtuality.] Tips on Internet security outlined.

Mitchell, Russ;
Doane, Seth

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