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Are you feeling a little overwhelmed trying to keep up with the latest digital threats to your children’s safety? Jaci Russo of the Russo Group is offering some help. Digital Citizen U will take place at the LITE center July 18 and 19 and will help educate both parents and children on internet security and etiquette.  Classes will be tailored for middle-school, junior high, high school students and parents, or as Russo called them  “remedial students.” Russo said children are making mistakes in their digital dealings that are causing problems today and may haunt them forever.  To register or to get more information visit the Digital Citizen U website.

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