I apologize if you got confused with someone else and there uncle, but I just joined yesterday, and posted that. For my sake, can anyone tell me if this is a good sign or a nonfactor.

It also features material designed for teachers or trainers, as well as for parents or caregivers.

CEOP offers two animated films that teach 5 to 7-year-olds how to go on the internet in a safe way.

Your nephew is much better off finding someone of his age. First I'd like to thank everyone for there feedback so far.

Second, I'd like to tsay to the post above me, I never posted anything in any other topic.

Predators can also share a link that could turn out to be a malware, including spyware.

CEOP’s important advice, not just for kids but for all of us: Make sure not to click on links from people you don’t know! In fact, one video shows how a kid fought bullies who called him “soft.” The video makes clear that kids aren’t “soft” if they tell somebody.For those who look after young people, the site offers resources for use in the classroom or at home, as well as a place that anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they’re chatting with online.The materials are arranged to make it easy to choose age-appropriate training and resources for kids starting at age 5.But if you start chatting about other things it is time to get off the net.Your nephew is much better off finding someone of his age. Tell your Nephew to knock it off and find kids his own age to hang out with.Forget classified personals, speed dating, or other Niles dating sites or chat rooms, you've found the best!