A federal lawmaker has introduced internet safety legislation that, if passed, would authorize roughly $175 million--$35 million a year for five years--for internet safety education and training to help make children, parents, and educators aware of proper online behavior and the dangers the internet poses.


The School and Family Education about the Internet (SAFE Internet) Act, sponsored by Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., would "create a grant program to support existing and new internet safety programs that meet guidelines based on the cyber safety strategies found to be most effective."


"The way to meet the challenges and opportunities the internet presents isn't to...

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