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Class aims to warn about child predators
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The public is invited to attend an eye-opening seminar Tuesday focusing on modern facts of life that many people may not want to hear.“The intended audience is adults,” the announcement form Homeland Security Investigations warned in announcing its iGuardian seminar to be held at the DeKalb County Complex auditorium from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 4. “Some of the content discussed will include sexting, sextortion, teen suicide, dark net child pornography sites and apps used by kids to meet predators.”The presenters note that if children do accompany their parents, the child should at least be high school age.The event is meant to provide a warning to parents about the perils being faced online and in everyday life by many children and the threats that are posed. “HSI is committed to combatting the sexual exploitation of children; as such, investigations of child sexual exploitation are among HSI's primary investigative priorities.