Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force – Tech Time Over Summer


June 18, 2018
by: Rebecca Nicholson

I recently subscribed to the Wisconsin Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Community Newsletter because I have a ten year old daughter and I want to stay informed about new technology and internet safety options available to us so that I can keep her safe. This month’s newsletter is about the increase in tech device usage during summer months, how we can continue to keep our kids safe, and creative ways to limit their tech time. I wanted to share this newsletter because it offers a lot of great advice and tips for us parents. There is a link to subscribe to the newsletter as well or you can visit the Wisconsin ICAC website to learn more about how the task force supports family safety, listen to podcasts and subscribe to their newsletter. 

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