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Tuesday February 7th, 2023 5:00PM

LISTEN: Protecting your children from sextortion

By Mornings on Maine Street

Maine Street presented a report on online financial sextortion of minors featuring FBI Supervisory Special Agent Keith Kabrhel. During 2022, law enforcement has received over 7,000 reports related to this type of crime. Kabrhel talked about ways to protect children from becoming victims.

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LISTEN: Protecting your children from sextortion
Maine Street presented a report on online financial sextortion of minors featuring FBI Supervisory Special Agent Keith Kabrhel. During 2022, law enforcement has received over 7,000 reports related to this type of crime. Kabrhel talked about ways to protect children from becoming victims.
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