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Dear Parent

The Internet offers content on a vast range of subjects across websites. Such content often include sexually explicit images, violence, gambling, alcohol advertising, ideological extremism, etc. Although it has been an ongoing effort, it is quite difficult to contain/ restrict the availability of such content on websites.

The advancement in computer and telecommunication technology has allowed our children to reach out to new avenues of knowledge but unfortunately the same technology has made them vulnerable to exploitation and harm by cyber-sex offenders.

Boys and girls lose their innocence by viewing pornography at an early age. They look at this material initially out of curiosity and find it sexually stimulating and arousing. In time, they increase their frequency of exposure and get addicted to it.

There is great deal of inaccurate and misinformation about human sexuality in contents of most of the pornographic websites and rather than being sex education most of it is sex mis-education. Pornography addictions evolve into broad-ranging sexual addictions, marriage break-up, depression, shame, guilt and finally a loss of control in life.

It leads to desensitized society, which is dependent upon sex-charged images. Addicts have their conscience and constraint diminished or turned off. They get hardened. They lose compassion. Nothing bothers them.

Proliferation of pornography in communities also leads to increased crime rate and decreased property values.

Cyber Pornography flourish because of individuals who attempt to sexually exploit children through the use of on-line services and the Internet. These individuals attempt to gradually lower children's inhibitions by slowly introducing sexual context and content into their conversations i.e. "chat," as well as the transfer of sexually explicit information and material with children via on-line contacts.

It is important for parents to understand that children can be indirectly victimized through conversation, Computer-sex offenders may also be evaluating children they come in contact with on-line for future face-to-face contact and direct victimization.

Following steps will help you in guiding & tracking your children in the age of Internet:

Communicate, and talk to your child about sexual victimization and potential on-line danger.
Spend time with your children on-line. Have them teach you about their favorite on-line destinations.
Keep the computer in a common room in the house, not in your child's bedroom. It is much more difficult for a computer-sex offender to communicate with a child when the computer screen is visible to a parent or another member of the household.
Utilize parental controls provided by your service provider and/or blocking software.
While electronic chat can be a great place for children to make new friends and discuss various topics of interest, it is also prowled by computer-sex offenders. Use of chat rooms, in particular, should be heavily monitored. While parents should utilize these mechanisms, they should not totally rely on them.
Always maintain access to your child's on-line account and randomly check his/her e-mail.
Teach your child the responsible use of the resources on-line. There is much more to the on-line experience than chat rooms.
Find out what computer safeguards are utilized by your child's school, the public library, and at the homes of your child's friends. These are all places, outside your normal supervision, where your child could encounter an on-line predator.
Understand, even if your child was a willing participant in any form of sexual exploitation that he/she is not at fault and is the victim. The offender always bears the complete responsibility for his or her actions.
Instruct your children:

to never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone they met on- line;
to never upload (post) pictures of themselves onto the Internet or on-line service to people they do not personally know;
to never give out identifying information such as their name, home address, school name, or telephone number;
to never download pictures from an unknown source, as there is a good chance there could be sexually explicit images;
to never respond to messages or bulletin board postings that are suggestive, obscene, belligerent, or harassing;
that whatever they are told on-line may or may not be true.
You can download Website Blocker filtering software from http://www.download.com/, using which you can block unwanted sites from your computer.

There is a dedicated telephone line number 022-2630829 to the Cyber Crime Investigation Cell, which may be contacted for further assistance and / or reporting of cyber crime.

We hope that together we will help each other in protecting our children from the ill effects of cyber pornography and utilize the technology for the betterment of mankind.

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