So a 14-year-old girl in Kentucky pretended to be 18 online. Then she fell into a relationship with a 17-year-old boy in Connecticut. Some other man (boy’s dad or older brother maybe?) drove boy from CT to KY to get girl. Girl hops in car and heads north.
Glad she is safe, but this could have been prevented if the girl’s parents were using PC Pandora. Social network monitoring does no good if you don’t have a program that lets you know about your child’s secondary/fake accounts. PC Pandora monitoring software will let you know if your child is pretending to be someone else online and planning to run away…
January 4, 2013
Teen’s disappearance raises questions about online safety
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) A 14-year-old girl who disappeared from her Bell County home has been found safe in Connecticut.
Police say on Wednesday a neighbor saw Madison York, 14, leave with a man and a teenage boy in a van that had Connecticut plates.
The Bell County Sheriff’s Office says they later found a Facebook page they say York created, posing as an 18-year-old. They say she had an online relationship with a 17-year-old Connecticut boy.
Three people now face charges in this case. York’s family says they’re heading to Connecticut to pick her up.
This story raises the question…how can you protect your children online? CONTINUE READING›