Guideline for small children using the internet.
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Host: What advice can you give to people, like your age, when they go on an Internet site, what tips would you give so they don't get in trouble? Guest: Well, I would say always check with your parents if it's a good dot-com or not? Host: How would you know a good one from a bad one? Guest: Well -- Host: Like a Disney website? Guest: If it's a Disney website, then it's okay, because it's Disney. A bad person wouldn't want to go in the Disney website for little kids. Host: But they ask you to give your name or information about you, you don't do that, right? Guest: No, no. Host: Okay. If someone says they want to meet you from your Internet connection, you don't do that, do you? Guest: No. Host: Because those good sites don't ask anything about yourself, do they? Guest: No. Host: You have ever been to a website called drmdk.com? Guest: Yes. Can I go back to the computer problems? Host:Okay. Guest: Alright. So number one, always, don't go on facebook.com. If you don't know what facebook.com is, that's better, because facebook.com is something for teenagers and grownups to go on. Host: But not your age? Guest: Not our age, because there are bad people online on that website, and they can hurt you really bad. You know something, they can give a virus to your computer, or someone can invite you over to their house online, and you wouldn't like that, would you? Host:No.
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