Free of those stereotypes, seniors were able to swap tips about the best time to have sex, educate themselves about the still-real risks of sexually transmitted infections, and share the sort of stories that would make a college dorm blush.
Few families have escaped the warning sirens about sexual predators stalking children via the computer.
It's hard to miss those Bay Area billboards claiming that 1 in 5 children has been sexually solicited online, although only a tiny fraction of those involve aggressive solicitations from someone believed to be over age 25.
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"When I do school presentations, this always comes up as the No.
1 problem," said attorney Parry Aftab, executive director of the nonprofit Wired A look at the potential cyberhazards for kids/teenagers playing computer games.Nick Yee,, a game player who also researches games and defends the benefits of online games.Boundless bully pulpit San Francisco's Washington High is still recovering from an incident in November in which a cyberbully hacked into the school's Web site to humiliate a single student.For several hours, while administrators scrambled to block it, the school site featured an obscene photo montage of the student's face superimposed on other bodies -- labeled with his name, a racial slur and gang slogans.Web sites in which teens reinforce self-destructive behavior -- for example, "Friends of Ana" sites advocating anorexia.