Poll for next book: online safety for kids

After writing a book about computer security and privacy for non-techie adults, I've found that many parents are deeply concerned about how to protect their kids online. While my first book had a section on this topic, there's so much more I could cover ... enough material for a second book!

To make sure that I cover the topics that are most important to parents, I've created this survey. Please feel free to send this to anyone you know who is a parent of minor children or anyone who has a lot of interaction with kids.

NOTE: This book will be targeted at the parents (or guardians, caregivers, etc), at least for the most part. That is, this will be a book for parents to help safeguard their kids. I may have a chapter or two for kids to read directly... not sure yet. Your feedback is welcome on this!

You can sign up for my email list at the web site below. I plan to send out preview snippets and pre-release news exclusively to my email subscribers, so sign up today! (I will never give your info to anyone else and I don't send many emails.)

http://firewallsdontstopdragons.com/book-updates/

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THANKS FOR YOUR INPUT!

Carey

P.S. If you're interested in my first book, you can buy it here:
bit.ly/fdsd-amz

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    Sexual predators
    Cyber bullying
    Cyber stalking
    Computer viruses, malware
    Accounts being hacked
    Scams
    Posting things that will haunt them later in life
    Sharing too much personal information
    Accidental viewing of inappropriate material (Google searches, YouTube, etc)
    Sexting or exchanging nude pictures
    Viewing pornography
    Downloading copyrighted material (movies, music)
    Buying or selling illegal items
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