Online safety tips for your kids - Tucson News Now

Online safety tips for your kids

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - the holiday season can bring out the online scammers so online safety is especially important when you are dealing with children.

The Better Business Bureau's Tom Bartholomy stopped by the WBTV studios Saturday to suggest tips to keep children safe online.

Watch the video link for more information.

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