“Predators go wherever the children go.” That's what Erin Williamson, the US Programs Director for Love146.org, warns parents who think their children would never be targeted online. On this episode of the SmartSocial.com Podcast, Josh Ochs chats with Williamson about the ways modern-day child sex traffickers use social media and apps to find their young victims. It's an episode every parent should take 16 minutes to listen to.
"Just because you don’t live in an urban area where you see exploitation happening does not mean that your child, sitting alone with their computer or their phone, in their bedroom, is not being exploited.” - Erin Williamson, US Programs Director at Love146.org
Love146 is an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care and prevention. Learn more here: Love146.org
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