Parents Warned About YouTube Searches

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Do you know that graphic images and profanity on the Internet are just a click away for your children, even when they enter innocent search words on the popular Website YouTube?

The Parents Television Council found that seemingly child-friendly search words like Miley Cyrus, Hannah Montana, High School Musical and the Jonas Brothers also give the searcher easy access to profanity and advertisements that are inappropriate for children.

Dan Isett with the Parents Television Council appeared on CBN News' news and informational program NewsWatch Thursday afternoon to discuss what parents can do to safeguard their children when they are surfing the web.

He also discussed what YouTube is doing to police its Website.

Click play for his comments.

*Originally Published December 19, 2008

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