Kids are online a lot these days, in the age of distance learning, so the Better Business Bureau has a few tips on how to keep them, and you, safe.

The internet is a dangerous place for anyone, but especially for kids. There are so many ways to trip up, give out the wrong information, or download the wrong file. Then, before you know it, you have unauthorized charges on your credit card or your computer has locked up and crashed. Sometimes we have a hard time navigating the web, as adults. Imagine how easy it would be to trip up a kid on the 'net. So the Better Business Bureau has released some information about how to, not only keep kids safe, but also your own personal information.