In a recent poll, parents ranked Internet safety above abuse as a major health concern. According to information I found here, about .00007% of all children using the Internet are abducted. Woah. Almost 4 times as many children are abducted by family members. But watch out for the Internet.
I think privacy concerns are probably more of concern to all of us, no matter what age. A lot of data about us is floating around out there and we are, most of us, trusting of those who have it. Identity theft is a concern, but I'm personally more concerned about the government or even a major corporation using the data immorally. But I'm not sure the government has the technological firepower to do much with the flood of information they have, but that's not to say that they won't someday. Still, I'm not going to be too paranoid about it, and of course, this kind of Internet safety isn't what the government had in mind when they declared June to be Internet safety month. After all, the government wouldn't hurt you (much).
So, I'm going to go skating along the Information superhighway. I'll have my seatbelt on, but I might go over the speed limit a bit. Be careful out there!