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Million Kids
Million Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that combats human trafficking. Locally, we serve on the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force.
Million Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that combats human trafficking. Locally, we serve on the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force.

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Look who's on SkyWatch TV!

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Test drive a BMW and help Million Kids raise much needed funds!
Join the #BMWofRiverside Team & Test Drive For A Cause on June 15th & 16th from 11AM to 6PM! For each test drive taken, BMW of Riverside will donate $50 to +Million Kids - a non-profit organization that is on a mission to prevent human trafficking.

Share this event using the hashtags #BMWRIVERSIDE & #DRIVE4KIDS or tag us on Instagram (@bmwriverside), Twitter (@BMW_Riverside),& Facebook (@BMWRiverside) to spread the word!

To register for this event, please visit: today!

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We are incredibly excited to announce that Opal Singleton's new book "Seduced - The Grooming of America's Teenagers" is in print now with first delivery anticipated by May 1, 2015. You can place your order NOW by going to

Please note that, although the book is also available through, when you order through Million Kids, a portion of the proceeds of the book sale will be donated directly back to support the work of Million Kids!

Thank you in advance for your support!

#sextrafficking   #onlinegaming   #sextortion  

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March RCAHT Protect & Prevent Collaborative Meeting
Tues., March 17, 2015 10:30am - noon

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Kik is adopting Microsoft Corp.’s PhotoDNA technology to detect and delete any child pornography, and has joined a global anti-child-abuse organization called the Virtual Global Taskforce, the Waterloo, Canada-based company said Tuesday.

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"Tinder is an app for adults, and it's commonly viewed as one that facilitates casual hookups rather than friendships or long-term partnerships," wrote Samantha Escobar. "Basically, it's not a place children should be allowed on whatsoever."
Escobar isn't the first to express concern over the app's low age limit of 13.

Last August, a blog post on the website for parental control software Qustodio said Tinder may be the "worst app ever for teens and tweens" and warned parents to "block Tinder from your child’s devices immediately."

"Since the whole purpose of Tinder is to find someone who you can actually meet up with in real-life, you can drill down to a one-mile radius from your location. I imagine that if you were a pedophile, Tinder would be your dream come true," said the blog post.

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“I am grateful for the American public’s quick action in response to our appeal for help. Within hours of our request for assistance, more than a million people took notice and started spreading the word on social media and in the press. Because of this incredible support, we were able to identify and arrest a man accused of grossly violating an innocent child.” -- ICE Director Sarah R. Saldaña

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Missing from Chula Vista. May be in the Riverside area.

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