Parents need to warn children about potential dangers of social media
WILLMAR -- It's OK for parents to set limits on how much their teenagers use technology.
For instance, phones can be turned off at 10 p.m. or kept out of bedrooms. Parents can set rules about their children's associates on social media.
It's not that technology is bad, but kids face many potential dangers with unfettered access to texting, emails and Facebook, said Kandiyohi County Attorney Jenna Fischer Thursday.
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