LANSING, Mich. — Sen. John Proos, R-St. Joseph, has released a public service announcement encouraging Southwest Michigan residents to protect themselves online, including joining the Michigan Child Protection Registry to block harmful and inappropriate content from reaching their children.
“Did you know that Michigan blocks more than 730,000 cyberattacks each and every day?
“June is Internet Safety Month — a time to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable time online. Internet safety is more than just protecting our businesses; it is also about protecting our children.
“One tool is the Michigan Child Protection Registry. It is a free and secure program that parents can use to keep their children safe from online predators and unwanted adult advertising.
“For more information or to join the registry, please visit ProtectMiChild.com.”
Editor’s note: To view Proos’ PSA, click on the image above or visit www.SenatorJohnProos.com/Video.