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  • Internet Benefits
    • Boundless information
    • Easy to use
    • Availability
    • Communities of users
    • Entertainment
    • Communication
    • Much, much more!
  • Internet Hazards
    • Identity Theft
    • Fraud
    • Computer damage
    • Harassment/Bullying
    • Inappropriate Content
    • Child predators
  • Internet Fraud Facts
    • The FTC received over 670,000 complaints related to Internet fraud/identity theft in 2006.
    • Consumer reported fraud losses totalled more than $1.1 billion.
    • 1 in 6 users have had personal information lost or compromised.
    • Types of identity theft most commonly reported were credit card (25%), phone/utilities fraud, bank fraud, and employment fraud. (Phishing)
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    • 140,000 known Windows viruses (0 Mac OS X viruses)
    • Sources of viruses include email, file sharing, Internet use, and portable media storage devices.
    • Spyware has infected an estimated 90% of home computers at one time or another.
  • Tips to Avoid Fraud and Identity Theft
    • Keep anti-virus software up-to-date.
    • Use an anti-spyware program.
    • Use a firewall (hardware firewall, if possible).
    • Never respond to requests for personal information via email.
    • Check site URLs carefully and be prepared to identify secured/non-secured sites.
    • Limit visits to unfamiliar sites
    • Keep critical information/data on a separate computer from the one your family/children use
  • Tracking Teresa
  • Internet Use and Children
    • Almost 9 out of 10 students between 12 and 17 use the Internet regularly, 51% daily.
    • 32% of teens IM daily.
    • Other uses by teens:
      • Games  81%
      • News  76%
      • Shopping  43%
      • Health Information  31%
    • More than 87 million Internet users have MySpace accounts; 270,000 added daily.
    • 81% of parents and 79% of teens say that teens are careless about giving away personal information through the Internet.
    • 6 in 10 students online receive email and instant messaging from strangers. More than half write back.
    • On average, there is one child molester per square mile in the United States.
    • 1 in 33 received an aggressive sexual solicitation such as arranging for a meeting, called on telephone, sent them letters, etc.
    • 1 in 4 received unwanted exposure to pictures of nude people having sex in the last year.
    • 1in 17 was threatened or harassed.
    • 4% of the sexual solicitations took place at school.
    • 3 of 4 children who receive sexual solicitations do not report it to an adult.
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    • LMIRL
    • Be right Back
    • Laugh out loud
    • Rolling on the floor laughing
    • Parent in room (Emergency!)
    • Face-to-face
    • Where are you from?
    • What’s your real name?
    • Let’s meet in real life
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  • Phillip Bryan Stewart txwantsome
    • Investigator Curtis Sadler
    • Arrested 07-31-2003
    • Kendall County
    • Traveled to meet what he thought was a 13-year-old boy.
    • Charged with criminal solicitation of a minor
    • Also has a federal indictment for one count of Coercion and Enticement.
    • Stewart was a married (now divorced) father of three children. His two boys were 10 and 12. His daughter was 8.
    • Stewart was also a Little League baseball coach and coached basketball to minors in Junction.
    • Convicted and sentenced to 5 years in prison and must register as a sex offender.
  • Gregory Battson battsongr8
    • Investigator Katherine Smith
    • Arrested 03-25-2004
    • Walker County
    • Arrested for Criminal Attempt ‑ Sexual Assault of a Child
    • Married with children
  • Patrick Craig
    • Investigator Steve May
    • Arrested 04-20-2004
    • Walker County
    • Arrested for Criminal Attempt ‑ Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Minor.
    • College student, is single and resides with his mother.
    • Plead guilty to Attempted Sexual Performance of a Child.
    • Convicted and sentenced to 10 years probation, 180 days in county jail, $2,000 fine and must register as a sex offender for 20 years.
  • Johnathan Keith Kana
    • Investigator Cody Smirl
    • Hays County (Buda, Tx)
    • Arrested 6/29/05
    • Kana attempted to meet what he believed was a 13 year old female.
    • Subject will be charged with Criminal Attempt - Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Criminal Attempt - Sexual Performance of a Child and Criminal Solicitation of a Minor.
    • Kana resides in Lexington, Texas and is engaged to be married and has no children.
    • Kana graduated in 2004 from Soutwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. Kana was attending Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in pursuit of Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Music Ministry.
  • Keeping Your Child Safe
    • Keep computers in a public, family room.
    • Actively monitor Internet use.
    • Use an Internet filter.
    • Use a key-logger or other monitoring software.
    • Know your children’s screen names and passwords and check them randomly and frequently.
    • Absolutely no unsupervised use of webcams.
    • Provide children with cellphones which do not have cameras, video, or internet.
    • Be informed.
    • Educate your children on what is safe/unsafe, and the possible consequences of improper use.
    • Teach children to report any unsafe or suspicious online behavior.
    • Keep open lines of communication.
  • Contact Information
    • Texas Attorney General’s office—Cybercrimes Division: 800-621-0508
    • Cyber Tip Line: 877-5cyber3
  • References
    • www.chase.com
    • www.lavasoftusa.com
    • www.netsmartz.org
    • www.netlingo.com