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Now of course it does say do not use omegle.com if you are under 13 and if you are under 18 use it only with a parent/guardian's permission so that will for sure make it safe. Unless of course you happen to have that child who doesn't ask you before they browse a website. Rare but it has been known to happen.
It's a brave new world in which we're living and digital technology has upped the ante in the parenting realm. As parents of younger children as well as tweens and adolescents, we have to take the digital world seriously. Our children's safety is at stake.
As busy as we are, we would never leave our toddlers alone in a park. We shouldn't leave our kids on the Internet alone either. Luckily there are many ways to make online time safe for our children.
We have seen kids harming themselves due to cyberbullying when they do not put themselves out there. Now, they are asking for the ridicule. As parents, how do we help them to make better choices and control some of this?