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Are Web Savvy Mums More Alarming Than Clueless Ones?

Most babies aren't born with the Internet reflex, yet 92 percent of US toddlers have a presence online by the time they're 2. From having their photos posted to their own email addresses and social networking profiles, it's web-savvy parents who decide to send their tots off into cyberspace. This practice is in stark contrast to the moms and pops who don't know how to use a mouse — much less monitor what their offspring are doing online. But all things considered, which situation is more alarming?

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