Internet Child Safety Advocate Denise Pellow Selected as Cyber Safety Examiner for

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Internet child safety advocate Denise Pellow appointed to the Family & Parenting Channel of the National Edition of Protecting children online, educating adults and deflecting the negative issues associated with online behaviors defines Pellow's advocacy.

Denise Pellow will write about Internet safety issues and how parents can help children avoid the pitfalls of online social networking.

Child Internet safety advocate Denise Pellow, St. Charles, Missouri, has been selected as the cyber safety examiner for the Family & Parenting Channel of the National Edition of The online news and information publication features local writers who have an interest, expertise and background in various topics.

Protecting children online and deflecting the influence of Internet predators, cyber harassment and bullying defines Pellow's advocacy. Author of The Five Dangerous Trends Concerning Kids, Technology and the Internet and founder of KidsBeSafeOnline LLC, she is a leading Internet child safety advocate.

Ms. Pellow combines her experience as a parent with 25 years in the legal field and computer network engineering background to help parents and educators assist children in their safety while having fun on the Internet.

Her efforts have helped facilitate legislation designed to protect children and teens from online predators. She has also developed a network of educational reference materials for parents, teachers, counselors and anyone interested in learning how to help kids make better choices for a safer Internet experience.

The Five Dangerous Trends is a compendium of information; resources and real life stories that can help parents learn how their children are communicating through social networking and what the consequences might be.

School districts are ordering copies of the book for all educators and staff members. Pellow recently spoke to the Kiwanis and will be a guest on BlogTalkRadio in October.


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