Yesterday La Nación newspaper published an article about online dangers for children and teens. According to a survey conducted by LoJack and Chicos.net , 56% of Argentine children between 12 and 15 years have shared personal information with strangers in a social network. And 29% have admitted that they have had direct contact with people they met through this medium.
The article points out that banning surfing the net is not the way to prevent cyberbulling or sexting. It is advisable to teach children to share neither personal information online about themselves not their family without parental permission. Adults should help kids become aware of the risks they may have if they use and interact with teachnology - PC, cell phone or webcam- without responsibility.
Further reading:Internet Safety for Elementary School Students Handbook