Archive for the ‘Online Safety’ Category

posted by on Cyberbullying, Online reputation, Online Safety, Online Shaming, Parenting, Revenge Porn

No comments

Power Pervs, When Troll Armies Attack, A$$holes in Charge, Swipe Right for Stalking… are some of the chapter titles in this empowering and brilliantly written book, Nobody’s Victim by Carrie Goldberg. As a victim (and survivor) of internet defamation, cyberbullying and online shaming, I consider myself very fortunate. Nobody’s Victim outlines some of the darkest […]

posted by on Bullying, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Cybersafety, Depression, Digital Parenting, Online bullying, Online Safety, Parenting, Uncategorized

1 comment

For teens, online bullying worsens sleep and depression according to a 2019 study. As long as there are smartphones and digital devices, sadly we will probably always be dealing with online hate and harassment. The fact is, this is human behavior – it’s not something that we can raise money for, find a cure and […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Digital citizenship, Digital Life, Digital Parenting, Online Safety, Parenting Teens

1 comment

Parenting on the tech-battle field as teens spend more time online. The technology is becoming more acceptable among the masses. Billions of people use smartphones and have internet access. Those who were not digitally connected are now getting connections for internet. Various companies are providing free internet to the people living in far off and […]

posted by on Internet Privacy, Online Privacy, Online Safety, Online Security, Parenting, Parenting Teens

1 comment

National Privacy Day: Securing online safety. January 28th celebrates National Data Privacy Day; an event that recognizes the importance of Internet advocacy and data privacy. As a caring parent, nothing is more important than the safety and privacy of your child, both online and off. In this article, we will be sharing information on digital […]

posted by on Bullying, Cyberbullying, Depression, Online bullying, Online harassment, Online Safety, Social media, Teen Depression

No comments

The impact social media is having on young girls. A study published by University of Essex and University College London, reveals that teenage girls increase their risk of showing symptoms of depression by 50% when they spend more than five hours a day on social media. In comparison, teenage boys increase their risks of showing […]

posted by on Cyberbullying, Cybersafety, Online Life, Online Safety

No comments

By Diana Graber In this age of algorithms and bots, learning how to be human is more challenging than ever. Text messages are curt, Siri doesn’t expect a thank you, and autoresponders can’t detect when the sender needs a kind word or a hug. But parents can raise kids who will wield technology with empathy, […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Internet Privacy, Internet Safety, Internet Scams, Online Privacy, Online Safety, Uncategorized

1 comment

In this current digital era, people rely on the internet for virtually everything. We find our answers online, make friends and share personal information online, and reveal our private financial information in online shopping platforms among other activities. While the internet has made life a lot easier, it certainly raises serious issues regarding the privacy […]

posted by on Apps, AT&T, Cyberbullying, Cybersafety, Online bullying, Online Safety, Uncategorized

No comments

New data shows that two-thirds of teens surveyed say they have engaged in at least one risky behavior online. The survey1, commissioned by AT&T, polled New York City teens, parents of teens and millennial parents of younger children to gauge how children are consuming media on mobile devices – and what their parents understand of their behaviors. […]

posted by on Cyberbullying, Cybersafety, Digital citizenship, Digital Life, Digital Parenting, Online bullying, Online Safety

No comments

Say goodbye to selfies and hello to more meaningful relationships. Social media is where the majority of teens reside today. According to a new PEW survey, Teens’ Social Media Habits and Experiences, the majority of teens (81 percent) feel more connected to their friends because of social media and 68 percent feel as if they […]

posted by on Civility, Cyberbullying, Online bullying, Online Safety, Parenting Teens, Smartphone Addiction, Social media, Social Networking

No comments

The evolution of social media and how teens and parents fit in. Two very telling surveys were released this month that can give us insights on how both teens and parents are adapting to the world of technology. As the new school year started, Microsoft shared a new study that was encouraging. Teens around the […]