Blog Posts: Catherine A. McCormick

Catherine A. McCormick

How Far Are We Willing To Go To Catch a Predator?

Since the advent of social media ranging from basic chat rooms to websites dedicated solely to making connections with friends and strangers, the American public has been cautioned against predators online. Parents are told to carefully monitor their children’s activity online and be wary of older cyberpredators posing as peers of their children in an attempt to become close to minors, and occasionally even solicit sexual contact. There has even been a television show entitled To Catch A Predator that chronicles undercover sting operations designed to entrap and arrest online predators by using decoys with the help of a watchdog group called Perverted Justice.

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No Comments | Posted by Catherine A. McCormick on Thu. February 14, 2013 9:27 AM
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