Chilling Look Into Your Kids’ Online World

Connecticut State Trooper Samantha McCord says your kids’ online behavior could be dangerous, even criminal – and could bring the police to your doorstep. Or worse.

You’re at home, cooking dinner. The kids are upstairs doing homework on their computers. The doorbell rings and when you open the door, you find the Connecticut State Police on your doorstep.

“We have a search warrant,” the trooper says, as she enters the house. “Your daughter has been harassing another student over the Internet.”

Or: “Your son is wanted for criminal impersonation.”

Or: “We are charging your child with harassing and bigotry, which is a felony.”

The police come in, they take your computer, your iPod, your kids’ game console, and your nightmare begins.

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