USA Today reports that a new survey shows that parents love the internet about as much as they fear it. The survey by Insight Research Group found that 80% percent of those parents survey feared that their child might encounter a sexual predator online. This is contrasted with another survey that found that only 30 percent of 18-24 year olds share the same fear. The Insight survey also found that 91 percent of those surveyed believe the net helps children explore their passions, and 77 percent believe it is the most important educational resource children have. However, 88 percent also stress the importance of being very aware of what their child is doing online. Because of this, Common Sense Media is initiating an ad campaign and a guide for parents. The guide for parents (and tip sheet for teens) can be found at: http://www.commonsensemedia.org…