HELPING VICTIMS OF INTERNET CHILD EXPLOITATION;
BEING PROACTIVE AGAINST INTERNET CHILD PREDATORS
Do you REALLY know what your child is doing online?
Are your children safe online? Our children are in crisis,
most parents and adult allies are unaware.
We are pleased to offer our Third, International summit this year, November 12th to the 15th. It is virtual, with the summit being available on demand. People are able to attend at a time convenient to them. We have streamlined it this year to be a 2.5 hour summit, which we hope, will allow more people to attend.
Our AICET Council will be giving information related to our unique Theory of Digital Supervision for child protection. We have registrants attend every year because of the value of the information being shared.
Please contact us directly for student/senior rates at info@InternetSenseFirst.com. Earlybird rates will apply until October 4, 2021 ($10 discounted rate).
Earlybird code for discounted rate is "ChildSafety". Thank you for your interest in proactive, online protection of our precious children.
Our Anti Internet Child Exploitation Team
The AICET Council
Expert speakers working on behalf of Internet child safety
“The Internet hosts MORE PREDATION than any
host in the history of the world.”
WHO IS LOOKING AT MY PICTURE TODAY?",
WONDERS 16-YEAR-OLD JENNIFER
(a child pornography victim at the age of four) as she
wakes up, every day – too common in this digital age.
Purchase a copy of the book The Internet: Are Children In Charge? written by our Founder and Chair, Charlene Doak-Gebauer, containing her Theory of Digital Supervision©. A portion of the proceeds is donated to Internet Sense First.
Listen to the interview with Charlene Doak-Gebauer by host Chad Warner, Founder of Defending Digital and an Amazon affiliate, about Digital Supervision,. for an introduction to this book. A must read by all parents and adult allies,, Rated 4.17/5 on Goodreads to date. Interview
Take a look at these articles, television, and radio segments we appear in.
Watch this three-part TV Documentary Series about Digital Supervision