Parents Encouraged To Attend Cyber Protection Meeting In Tralee

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Deputy John Brassil.

FIANNA Fail has organised a meeting on cyber protection which will be held in The Brandon Hotel in Tralee on Monday, May 14 at 8pm.

The primary goal of the meeting is to give parents and families the right information on how best to protect their children when they use the internet.

“There is a lot of worry and anxiety among parents about the implications of their children and young teenagers using the internet and smart phones,” said Deputy John Brassil who is organising the meeting.

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“That’s why I’m delighted that our Justice Spokesperson, Jim O’Callaghan has agreed to attend and speak at our public meeting next week. There’s a myriad of questions and issues that parents are struggling to grapple with. What is the Digital Age of Consent? Does it affect me or my children? What can I do to ensure my children are protected while online? Should smart phones be allowed in schools?,” he added.

“Our public meeting is an ideal opportunity for parents to get the facts; to ask the questions that need to be asked; and have honest and open conversations with other parents who have gone through these issues. I would encourage and urge all those who can attend this meeting to come along. You never know what you might learn, and that may make all the difference,” concluded Brassil.

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