Posts Tagged ‘Online Safety’

posted by on Bullying, Cyberbullying, Cybersafety, Internet Safety

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In this digital age, teens are faced with more challenges than previous generations. From cyberbullying and online trolls to identity theft and other types of cybercrime, there are ample opportunities for trouble lurking online. Yet, the internet is a major part of our daily lives. To help keep your teen safe online, here are a […]

posted by on Bullying, Bullying prevention, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Cybersafety, Digital Parenting, Internet Safety, Online Safety

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Cyberbullying is a concern for all parents and teens alike.  We can’t be with our children 24/7 and the fact is our kids spend more time in cyberspace than they do with us. The most common form of cyberbullying among tweens and teens happens with cell phones. We need to equip them with the knowledge […]

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What you look at, share, send, and store on your social media platforms is yours and yours alone—right? When it comes to access by law enforcement, the reality is more complicated. For starters, it’s important to realize that court cases have accessed data from computers, smart phones, messages, videos, and more. The courts haven’t established […]

posted by on Apps, Cell phone safety, Cyber Safety, Cybersafety, Digital Parenting, Internet Safety, Online activity, Parenting

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Pokémon Go has taken over in the last couple of weeks, consuming the attention of children, teens and even adults. This game, which blends the virtual world with our real world, has made headlines not only because it broke download records but also because it has caused accidents, injuries and even robberies. Using the GPS […]

posted by on AT&T, Cell phone safety, Cyber Safety, Digital Parenting, Internet Safety

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If your child is awake, chances are she’s online. According to research, children are spending several hours a day using a smartphone, computer, or other electronic devices. The risks associated with kids online include cyberbullying, accessing inappropriate chat rooms, sharing personal information with strangers, and the list goes on. With students headed back to school […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Digital Life, Digital Parenting, Internet Privacy, Internet Safety, Online Privacy, Online Safety, Online Security, Oversharing

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Many parents think nothing of posting photos and stories about their kids on social media. Who doesn’t want to see photos of that gummy grin or read something funny that your little one said? Sharing your life on social media is the norm for many parents, who use Facebook to stay connected with far-flung relatives […]

posted by on Cyberbullying, Cybersafety, Internet Safety, Online bullying, Online Safety

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The Internet is a wild and wonderful place, and can be an excellent resource for kids – as well as an essential tool that has become necessary to be acquainted with. However, the freedom and accessibility that make it so useful can also be the source of hidden dangers. And just as we exercise caution […]

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More and more today you are hearing about social media policies that are in place not only to protect businesses and government agencies, but to protect schools and colleges. In the news, the headline of the Florida Assistant State Attorney being suspended following the tragedy in Orlando after he posted a controversial Facebook post that was […]

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Parent or Warden This is a parenting confession. One of the more frustrating things about being a parent is navigating that fine line between offering reasonable, open-hearted, and generous advice with my kids versus playing jail warden. Regarding the latter, all of us parents have been there, right? You wish you could take a bit […]

posted by on Cell Phone, Cell phone safety, Cyber Safety, Digital Parenting, Internet Safety, Online Safety

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With the sheer volume of shareable content available these days, our children are being introduced to the world of social media at a shockingly young age. While the minimum age to register for a Facebook account is 13 years old, more than 5 million children under age 10 have a Facebook account. Even more surprising? […]