As a reader of this blog there's a pretty high likelihood that you not only realize the online predator problem but you have also taken some steps to protect your family. It's probably the less web-savvy parents out there that really need better guidance...or are they the only ones struggling? I don't think so.
As a parent and someone who uses Norton's Parental Control product as another layer of security, I thought I knew all the facts about safeguarding my kids online. Now that I've had the chance to read Linda Criddle's book Look Both Ways, I can see how naive I've been. The book is full of practical how-to advice that's critical for any parent of kids who are browsing, chatting, blogging, etc. Loads of checklists are used throughout and Linda builds the bulk of the book around her "13 Steps to Internet Security."
If you're a parent, do yourself a favor and buy a copy of this book. Perhaps more importantly, if you know any parents who aren't all that well-versed in online safety measures (and we all know at least one, right?!), buy them a copy as a holiday gift. This is a problem that isn't going away anytime soon, so it is best to follow the advice of an expert like Linda Criddle.