Posts Tagged ‘Privacy Online’

posted by on Cyber Safety, Identity theft, Online Privacy

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So far in 2015, there have been countless cases of mass identity theft. In the United States alone, millions have been victimized in data breaches and the year is not over yet. While improvements to identity security, such as through Chip-and-Pin credit card technology, are making an impact — it’s not enough! If you want […]

posted by on Internet Privacy, Internet Safety, Online Privacy, Online Safety, Parenting, Parenting Blogs, Social media, Teens and Technology

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Research was just released by GlobalWebIndex that shows adults love social media almost as much as the kids do. The average adult spends one in four online minutes on social media according to the recent research. What is the most popular social media platform for adults?  Facebook – by far it revealed, as did the […]

posted by on Cybersafety, Data Privacy Day, Digital citizenship, Digital Life, Identity theft, Internet Safety, Online Safety, Social media, Social Networking

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#DPD15 is Wednesday, January 28, 2015 – although we should be aware of our online privacy all the time, it is always good to take a day to recognize the importance of our personal information digitally and how easy it is now for others to acquire it. Though there are so many areas to touch […]

posted by on College Tips, Cyber Safety, Cybersafety, Online Privacy, Online Safety, Online Security, Safer Online

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As we head into August, millions of teens will begin the transition to adulthood by matriculating to college. Many of these newly independent teens will find themselves the target of online scams. In this 24/7 digital world, sending a son or daughter off to college can be a daunting task. Of course, parents want to […]

posted by on Online activity, Online Life, Online Privacy, Online Safety, Privacy, Social media, Social Networking

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We constantly are telling our children and especially our teenagers, think before you post.  However, are their parents walking the talk? Last summer I wrote Facebook Is Not A Diary on Huffington Post and it went viral.  How a single mother went on about her online dating ventures  – the good, the bad and the […]

posted by on Internet Privacy, Internet profile, Online activity, Online image, Online Privacy, Online profile, Online reputation, Online resume, Reputation Management

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If you have to ask this question in today’s digital-age  I would say you’re heading for a virtual head-on crash. Today your online image is usually the first impression any employer or possible a college recruiter will review about you.  Your name will eventually be put through an Internet wash-cycle and how it spins depends […]

posted by on Online image, Online Privacy, Parenting, Parenting Teens, Social media, Social Networking, Teens and Technology

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It’s that time of the year again.  End of the school year when many seniors and juniors are looking forward to proms and graduations. Of course there will be many photo-ops and lots of sharing on everyone’s social media pages. This is a time for celebration and happiness, no will would ever deny a student […]

posted by on Cybersafety, Digital citizenship, Identity theft, Internet Safety, Online activity, Online Privacy, Online Safety

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Internet safety is a priority and the most important part of your digital safety is your privacy and security. Like many people, young and not-so-young, we are engaged in social media.  From Facebook to Twitter to Instagram you will have experienced “the #HASHTAG” What is a hashtag? A hashtag is a word or an unspaced […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Cybersafety, Data Privacy Day, Identity theft, Internet Privacy, Internet Safety, Online activity, Online Privacy, Online reputation, Reputation Management

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We were always taught to share.  It was engrained in our upbringing.  Funny how things can take-on different meanings as we grow older and as the world has changed. There are two cyber-safety days coming up soon, and honestly, I think it is great we recognize these days — but I sincerely hope that everyday […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Facebook, Facebook safety, Fake Facebook Accounts, Internet Safety, Online Safety, Parenting, Parenting Blogs

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I was tired of reading the articles about teens exiting Facebook.  I am sure the studies are done efficiently, but I still know that teens will be teens. Recently I wrote an article for Huffington Post Parents, “Are Teens Really Leaving Facebook?” As I said, I doubt it — it is more likely they are […]