Oxford Police: Your Child Does Not Have Privacy Rights

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OXFORD, PA — The Oxford Borough Police Department released a statement in a continuing effort to encourage all parents and guardians to talk to their children about online and cell phone safety, letting them know their child does not have privacy rights.

Officials are encouraging parents and guardians to inspect their children’s phones and computer history often.

The Oxford Borough Police Department state they were recently made aware of yet another website/app named “OMEGLE” that encourages staying connected during lockdowns, meeting new people, and talking to strangers.

The Oxford Police would like parents and guardians to use their Online Rules form to review with their child and sign the promise at the bottom of the form as a reminder to stay safe online or when using their cell phone.

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