A must-read for parents and carers Brett Lee has spent thousands of hours as an Internet detective pretending to be a teenager online to hunt down and prosecute child sex offenders.In Screen Resolution, Brett describes his experiences in real and powerful terms, profiling predator behaviours and exposing their sinister intentions.Often confronting and at times disturbing, Brett's account will help you discern the truth behind the screen and what you can to do to protect your families online.Through reading this book, every family can achieve a safe and productive online environment.
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- Paperback | 244 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 13.97mm | 267.62g
- 01 May 2017
- Aurora House
- Bowral, Australia
- Illustrations, black and white
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About Brett Lee
BRETT LEE: A former undercover internet detective and police officer of twenty-two years, Brett is passionate about informing parents of the online risks to their children. Brett came face to face with computer predators and learnt their ploys while pretending to be a young person online. In these cyber playgrounds of the world's teenagers and children, he found predators preying on the vulnerable. Invariably, their targets were children and young people without adult supervision.'I had a unique opportunity to see these offenders through the eyes of a child and combat them with the mind of an adult,' Brett, a father of four, says.Brett's involvement led to the arrest of scores of alleged offenders over a five-year period. He also took part in early collaborative ties between Australian and United States (US) law enforcement agencies battling this online epidemic.Brett subsequently founded training company INESS (Internet Education and Safety Services), which has now evolved into a speaking, face to face, and online training and resource business, Internet Safe Education.DAVID MORRIS: David and Brett were boyhood friends who reconnected after thirty years of pursuing their own careers - David as a journalist, with publications including the Melbourne Herald-Sun, Burnie Advocate, and Queensland Times, and as a communications consultant to the government and corporate sector. Also a father of four, David identifies with Brett's vision to make the internet a safe playground. This book is the synergy of two friends.