The City of Bryan is hosting another class to educate parents and children about internet safety. The internet has opened up a whole new and sometimes dangerous world to children and sites like MySpace and Facebook attract millions everyday.
Monday, there will be two seminars held to inform the community on the safe and unsafe ways to use the popular internet sites.
"The technology itself isn't bad however, it's the information you post out there that can be very dangerous. People can find out a lot about you by what you put. So it's how to use the technology safely, instead of that it's bad technology," said Cray Crouse, City of Bryan.
The seminars will take place at 6:00 p.m. The parents session will be held at the Bryan Public Library and for children 10 and up there will be a session at the Children's Museum.
The seminar will include an actual run through of some sites. This isn't the first time a internet safety sessions have been held in the Brazos Valley. Similar events have occurred and due to the popularity the city decided to hold another session.
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