COLUMBIA — As the digital and technological forum expands at the fingertips of a young generation, its promise looms there as well as its dangers. For many, the Internet is an economical tool that improves the quality of life, but for others it accelerates the exploitation and misfortune of its perhaps most vulnerable pool: the nearly 22 million children logged in, according to a statistic from the National Institute on Media and the Family.
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