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Seems like there's always something to warn parents about when it comes to technology. But the truth of it is - technology changes so fast that parents need help staying abreast of what kids are using.
First it was chat rooms (remember those?), then texting, then social media... There's a lot to keep track of.
Now we've found that the latest problematic piece of technology comes in the form of an app that exposes your kid to any number of weirdos and creeps. And it's hard for parents to control.
See the full investigation Tuesday at 11 on WTOL.
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