A new interactive computer program offers New Hampshire kids a way to protect themselves from internet predators.
Gov. Craig Benson, Attorney General Peter Heed, and Education Commissioner Nicholas Donohue on Feb. 18 unveiled the program, known as NetSmartz Workshop, to educate children about the dangers of the internet.
"It feels to the kids like a computer game," said Jenn Gillins of NetSmartz.
A recent study showed one in five kids has received a sexual solicitation over the internet. One in four was exposed to unwanted...