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Josefa Pete shares some helpful tips on keeping your kids safe online.

Cyber bullying. Stalking. Privacy threats.

Parents are expected to be paranoid about their kids’ online safety, but social media doesn’t have to be scary.

According to blogger Josefa Pete, the key is for parents to educate themselves first andthen guide their children through the online world.

She tells Mamamia writer Jo Abi that it’s as simple as keeping an eye on them and being present and informed.

How do you keep your kids safe online?

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