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All-new content: This guide was originally written in 1993 for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), and slightly updated a few times until 2005.This is the first complete re-write that reflects not just changes in technology but what we’ve learned from all the great research of the past decade.But suffice it to say that the Internet has revolutionized the way we communicate, shop, drive, travel, get our news and, increasingly, the way we learn and teach.
This is especially true in the age of social media where Facebook alone has more than a billion people creating content for others to see.PLEASE NOTE 1) The TMGAIHAA book is NOT simply a reprint of this webpage or the Guardian columns. The TMGAIHAA book is a comic novel that was 'inspired' by this webpage's theme. 2) My novels have been translated into various languages, from Japanese to Hebrew - even into German - but you'll have to find those translations yourself, OK?Much, I like to think, the way Alfred Hitchcock's fictional movie was inspired by multiple real life brutal murders in Wisconsin. Putting links to every novel in every language pretty much doubles the size of this page and, frankly, I suspect that the size of this page has damn near killed you already.but the Net has already had a profound — and extremely positive — impact that will only increase over time.One big change over the past decade has been the growth of user-supplied content.
This guide is designed to help parents, educators, other caregivers and policy makers gain an understanding as to how to best “protect” children on fixed and mobile network platforms.