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 n.— «Every child that is on the Internet is not necessarily engaging in inappropriate behavior. There is so much information and access, I refer to it as trickeration. Kids can stumble on inappropriate sites. Seemingly innocent sites can turn out to be less appropriate than we think.» —“Parents can never be too cautious with Internet rules” by Ean Sturtridge Port Huron Times-Herald (Mich.) Feb. 8, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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