According to the FBI, there are 500,000 predators online each day looking for child targets. They are increasingly approaching children through online games and social media platforms and will spending weeks "grooming" a potential victim. The age range has gone from 15-18 to as low as 8 or 9 years old as the online market for child pornography has exploded on the dark web. In our conversation with Christopher Hadnagy, Executive Director of the Innocent Lives Foundation, he talks about how predators are approaching children, what they say and what tools parents can use to stop their child from being a target. Also discussed during the interview, an online tool covered on the KFBK Morning News several weeks ago, an app called BARK, developed in Northern California and being used by over a thousand school districts nationwide.