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posted by on Digital citizenship, Online Life, Online Privacy, Online reputation, Online resume, Online Safety

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It’s a fact today, your online reputation will effect your future. From teens applying to colleges to filling out job applications; to adults interviewing for career changes or leasing an apartment or even dating online — someone at sometime will put your name through the Google rinse cycle. What does your social personality say about […]

posted by on Cell phone safety, Texting and driving

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Summer months bring a higher death rate for teen drivers. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the summer months of June, July, and August consistently have higher teenage crash deaths than any other month. Distracted driving doesn’t discriminate — no one is immune to being hit by a person that is texting […]

posted by on Parenting, Parenting Blogs

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There’s no surprise that kids are glued to their screens, especially when it comes to video games. As you start this short four-minute plus film, you may believe this is another young boy completely engaged in this video warfare. Then enters mom…. and the story begins. It’s not what you expect and completely not what […]

posted by on AT&T, Distracted driving, Uncategorized

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There’s no better gift to give your mother than the gift of safety! Take the pledge!  In honor of Mother’s Day, AT&T  helps you give back. But in a different way. Together, let’s give the gift of safe driving. We see it on the roads each and every day. People glancing at their smartphones while behind […]

posted by on Digital citizenship, Digital Parenting, Internet Safety, Online Safety

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Teen digital media consumption has increased 300%  over the last 20 years. The American teen now spends up to 9 hrs a day consuming media across a range of channels – SMS, social media, radio and more. To put it in perspective, your child now spends more time glued to a screen than they do sleeping! […]

posted by on AT&T, Bullying, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Cybersafety, Digital citizenship, Digital Life, Internet Addiction, Online harassment, Online Safety, Social media

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Most Teens Spend at Least 3 Hours a Day Socializing Online AT&T and Tyler Clementi Foundation Survey 1,000 Area Teens and Parents: Find Pervasive Cyberbullying and Significant Awareness Gap Between Parents and Teens As middle and high school students spend more time online than ever before, a survey of New York City-area teenagers and parents […]

posted by on AT&T, Cell phone safety, Digital Distractions, Distracted driving

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U.S. Hispanics More Likely to Use Smartphones While Driving; AT&T Says “Puede Esperar,” Launches Campaign Recent research conducted as part of the AT&T It Can Wait campaign shows that 83% of Hispanics admit to using their smartphones behind the wheel. That compares with 71% of Americans as a whole.  Half of U.S. Hispanics admit they […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Digital citizenship, Internet Safety, Online Safety, Parenting tips, Social media

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Facebook has officially welcomed babies into the social network, with the creation of its new Scrapbook feature that allows parents and their partners to tag their children in photos and share them in a centralized location. Internet security company AVG found out way back in 2010, 92 percent of American children already had a presence […]

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It’s no secret that keeping our children safe is a full time job. In the past we could simply baby proof our homes and hold our child’s hands when they crossed the street. Now, today’s children have the world at their fingertips with the countless devices and forms of technology we have come to rely […]

posted by on Apps, AT&T, Cell Phone, Cell phone safety, Digital Distractions

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Surfing the Net. Checking email. Posting to social media accounts. These are just a few of the things drivers are doing while behind the wheel. According to research from AT&T, 7-in-10 people admit to engaging in smartphone activities while driving. In light of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, AT&T is sharing the following tips to help […]