Facebook. Myspace. Know those Web sites? If not, you probably don't have a teenager. This is the 21st century Internet version of the little black book, secret diary and photo album all rolled into one.
The sites are basically an online directory, and wildly popular with high school and college students. You create a personal profile, post a photo, tell friends about your likes and dislikes, and exchange both public and private messages. Detailed profile information is restricted to users from the same school, or people on your 'friends' list.
Or is it? Are your kids tapping into a social network of friends, or a predator's dream come true? Tonight, correspondent Pete Williams reports on this latest danger on the Internet highway.
And parent to parent: if you would like to know more about how these online networking sites work, and how help your kid use it responsibly, go to www.wiredsafety.org.