Cincinnati, OH - It's not the dirt, it's the commerce. Four out of five (79%) school principals and administrators see danger for students on the Internet increasing and commercial and pay sites rank as their greatest concern, according to new research conducted by a New York independent research firm and commissioned by Thinkronize, Inc.


When asked to rate the specific types of dangers facing students on the Internet, 61% of survey respondents said pornography and 58% said adult predators were a great or significant danger. Concern over getting useless or irrelevant results when...

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