My personal answer...completely. My children are still young enough that I don't have to be concerned about it right now. However, I still clearly remember my teenage years. We had a computer and the internet. I was talking to everyone in chat rooms. I still occasionally speak with a man that I met on the internet when I was only 15 and he was 36. Another issue is that the kids themselves are not anywhere near as cautious about the internet either. I used to talk to anyone who wanted to talk, but steered completely clear of those who were only interested in sexual conversations. Kids now are willing to talk dirty with nearly anyone online or in text messages. They are completely accustomed to not having a face to go with the name. They have entire online relationships that revolve around talking dirty to one anther in order to be sexual, but they have never met the person that they speak this way to. I may have been talking to a 36 year old man who i didn't know when I was only 15, but I shared my age with him from the start and we only ever talked about the beaches where he lived and my passion for my horses. He didn't know much about horses and was interested in getting a first hand perspective of how life is with horses, and I was always interested in hearing about the beach. I always have and always will love beaches. I just think that everyone has completely let caution go out the window. When I was a kid adults didn't know what all could really be done with a computer, but now they do and they still deny that their kid could ever do anything like that. I believe that there are a lot of people in the world that need a reality check when it comes to what their children do on the internet. I am not saying that my choices that I made when I was younger were great, but at least I exhibited some caution about my online interactions.