Kids’ Vulnerability to Online Sexual Threats A Major Worry

Kids’ Vulnerability to Online Sexual Threats A Major Worry

The New Paper
Republished with Permission
18 August 2021

Mr Ee Jay Chong, family life specialist and cyber wellness expert at Focus on the Family Singapore, hopes the online threat is taken seriously.

"Recently, I have heard some parents share their concerns about their children interacting with strangers online. It is very worrying," Mr Chong said.

"Parents cannot make light of what can happen online. They are their children's first line of defence and educating their children about 'stranger danger' has become more important than ever."

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