ANCHOR LEAD: While many teens understand the internet can be dangerous, they still engage in risky behavior. T.K. Anderson has more from one online security expert. (:60)
SCRIPT: Newsbreak, I'm T.K. Anderson. A new study from online security solutions provider McAfee finds there are big differences between what tweens, teens, and young adults say they and do and what they actually do online. Robert Siciliano is an online security expert. Robert what were some of the most surprising findings of the McAfee's new "Digital Deception Survey?"
CUT: (Siciliano) What's really scary is as much as ninety-five percent of children are on social media sites and parents are completely unaware of that fact. As many as eighty-five percent of ten to twelve year olds are on Facebook where they shouldn't be at all.
SCRIPT: Siciliano says kids today are using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. He adds if your kids are using Snachat, they may be engaging in elicit behavior… which can get them and you in trouble. Robert, do you have any advice for parents?
CUT: (Siciliano) Check us out at McAfee-dot-com; do a quick search for McAfee and "Live Safe," McAfee's new flagship product to protect your devices and your child's online lives.
SCRIPT: For more about the survey and what you can do to keep your kids safe go to McAfee.com. That's Newsbreak from McAfee. I'm T.K. Anderson.
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