The internet has become both a danger and an aid in the subject of child abduction. It is a place where online predators have more opportunities to find and communicate with potential victims. 1 in 25 youth (about 4%) got "aggressive" sexual solicitations and that included attempts to contact the youth offline. These are the episodes most likely to result in actual victimizations. (About one-quarter of these aggressive solicitations came from people the youth knew in person, mostly other youth.)Because of the threat these predators pose, there have also been efforts to use the internet as a resource to prevent child abduction or to help the families of those who have been abducted.Organizations have set up websites where users can go to gain knowledge or contribute help to stopping child abduction. Among these are the organizations Enough is Enough and NationalCenter for Missing and Exploited Children, which have partnered with the online communitymyspaceto help keep the internet a safe place for children. In addition to donating new database technology to Sentinel Techthat enables websites to locate, remove and block convicted sex offenders, Myspace is also a sponsor of Enough Is Enough 'sInternet Safety 101:Empowering Parents Program.Myspace also features pages and groups dedicated to helping find missing children.