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Facebook Safety


From summertime to school year use, teen online safety needs to be a top priority for parents. Rodger Dinwiddie, chief executive officer of Students Taking A Right Stand (STARS) and president of the International Bullying Prevention Association, outlines computer safety use and Facebook Safety standards in this short video.


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