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Everyday Tech: Safer Internet Day 2018!!!

The Internet has been an amazing invention that has changed the world in more ways than we can think of but unfortunately, not all of those ways, have been positive. We can connect to people faster, find things easier, and transfer information at the speed of light. Because so much of our private lives and information get transferred over the internet, Safer Internet Day was created to remind us to protect ourselves from dangers and to help make the internet a little safer for everyone. So today on Everyday Tech we are going to talk about ways that you and your family can be safer and more responsible when using the internet.

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