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<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><p>Learn 14 ways in which you can help make the Internet a safer place for you and your family. This guide, written by a leading child safety expert, offers families practical advice for avoiding risks on the Internet.</p></div>
The Internet is amazing, but the risks you've heard about are real, too. You can avoid being a victim of online crime with the simple steps for staying safe online that you'll find in Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For Dummies.Here's the guide you need to steer safely through the hazards so you can shop, visit, invest, explore, pay bills, and do dozens of other things online -- more securely. Learn to protect yourself from online predators, create strong passwords, find reliable information, spot e-mail and phishing scams, and much more.Find out how to share photos and videos, chat with others, and participate in online discussions--securelySee how, with strong passwords and reasonable caution, online banking and bill-paying might be safer than the old wayLearn to install and set up a browser, use search engines effectively, and sidestep suspicious adsDiscover how personal information is collected and used by legitimate companies -- and by crooksBe able to spot risks, find out how online criminals think, and know what makes you vulnerableEnjoy social networking sites without putting yourself at riskSpot reputable healthcare sites and avoid medical ID theft and scamsThere's even a glossary of common computer terms and a guide to your rights when using the Internet. Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For Dummies helps you feel more secure by showing you how to protect yourself while enjoying the Web.