Robert Fellmeth is the director of the Children’s Advocacy Institute at the University of San Diego. He’s not happy with the new proposed security measures that MySpace will be putting in place.
I’m just concerned that parents will get a false sense of security that this is all taken care of because they’re handling it — and I don’t think they can handle it.
He also has some advice for you.
Fellmeth says parents need to be the first line of defense in monitoring children’s Internet use.
You don’t send your kids sown a dark alley alone. Why should the internet be any different?