Some social media apps and websites may not be household names for everybody yet, but they are growing increasingly familiar to kids, teens and adults. Collectively they're raising concerns in parents and law enforcement alike.
A normally quiet child suddenly starts acting out in class. An enthusiastic learner's grades slip. Or a teen becomes withdrawn at school. Their teachers and friends may not know that their mom or dad has been deployed.
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