Vincent DeVivo is "amazed" that any parent would just hand a child a smartphone and say, "Here you go; you know what to do with it."
To DeVivo, a community outreach specialist from the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office, any online device is a portal to a dangerous world, where the intimate details of anyone's life can easily be found by people with the wrong intentions.
Ironically, he said, it's the so-called "Generation Z," the group mostly in their teens today, who are the most vulnerable to dangers like cyber bullying, online predators and over sharing of information.
"Why is that? They're the most tech-savvy generation ever,"...