Online dating for children
This could result in children suing their parents.“Interactions on dating sites are presented as ‘getting to know the person’ over time, so in regards to building trust and child predation, this is definitely a vulnerable area for parents,” Mr Blackman said.“To reduce risk, parents should never reveal specific information about their children, such as: the school/child care centre they attend, likes/dislikes, identifiable features, photos/videos,” he said.
Take your time to introduce your children to your date in person,” she said.
Cyber safety specialist for The Alannah and Madeline Foundation Jeremy Blackman, said parents sharing information on social networks and dating sites was a major concern.
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