Nick Yee,, a game player who also researches games and defends ...
more The Internet once was seen as a golden "information superhighway" transporting the next generation to the Promised Land.
Now it may feel more like a minefield -- seductive on the surface, but seeded with subterranean hazards.
Few families have escaped the warning sirens about sexual predators stalking children via the computer.
Nick Yee,, a game player who also researches games and defends the benefits of online games.
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It's hard to miss those Bay Area billboards claiming that 1 in 5 children has been sexually solicited online, although only a tiny fraction of those involve aggressive solicitations from someone believed to be over age 25.
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