AG to talk Internet safety to high school students


SUMTER, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson is scheduled to visit several schools to talk to students about how to be careful online.

Wilson will be joined by officials from Facebook for his Internet safety forums at three schools in Sumter on Thursday and a school in Greenville on Friday.

Wilson will talk about how online profiles can stay around forever and the implications of sending obscene pictures and texts. He will also talk about Internet bullies and online predators before taking questions from students.

Wilson will speak Thursday at Crestwood High School, Lakewood High School and Sumter High School. On Friday, he will speak to high school and junior high students at Legacy Charter School in Greenville.

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