A new playground for bullying
ALGONA — The Internet is becoming the new playground for bullying.
“It is a huge problem,” said Algona police officer Marc Bacha during a telephone interview last week. “It is taking up a lot of our resources.
A member of the Internet Crime Against Children Task Force, Michael Ferjack, added during a presentation last week at Algona High School, “The stakes could not be higher than they are right now.”
Ferjack was the guest speaker at a Picket Fence Presentation called “Hoe to keep your kids safe online” on Tuesday, March 13. He is a leading expert in human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children. He spoke to parents regarding identifying and protecting students while using online technology and social media.
For more on this story, please see the March 22 issue of the Kossuth County Advance