Stop Child Predators' Stacie Rumenap Available for Interviews on Child Predator Risks of Google's Street View

Washington, DC - Stacie Rumenap, executive director of Stop Child Predators, is available for media interviews to discuss the child predator dangers of Google's Street View program. Available through Google Maps, Street View is an entirely new threat to families and children as predators can easily misuse the technology to view homes and families without privacy restrictions.

Google's Street View technology makes it simple for anyone to map the most likely route your child walks to school, calculate the distance between your front door and the school bus stop, view images of entrances to community parks, and even locate your families' bedroom windows.

Stop Internet Predators is a project of Stop Child Predators, launched to educate parents and communities on emerging online child safety issues and empower them to protect their children's privacy and safety. Stacie urges parents to visit to take time to look up their address, their child's school, bus stop, playground etc. to determine whether their child's image is available on Google's Street View program. The site provides step-by-step instructions to find, report, and request removal of images on Street View.

To schedule an interview, please contact Lindsay Murphy at 202-715-7853.

Stop Child Predators brings together a team of policy experts, law enforcement officers, community leaders, and parents who persuade lawmakers and the public to enact policies that protect America's children from sexual predators. Stop Child Predators is the only national organization that leads campaigns in every state to advocate legislation that prevents the sexual exploitation of children and protects the rights of child victims. Stop Internet Predators, a project of Stop Child Predators, has a special focus on new internet technologies that pose a risk to their children's safety, such as Google's Street View.