Internet Safety Tips for Kids & Teens Personal Information. Don’t give out personal information without your parents’ permission. This means you should not share your last name, home address, school name, or telephone number. Remember, […]
To create bully-free classrooms, it’s necessary that we educate teachers, students and parents about the prevalence and consequences of it. We all believe a school should be a safe place for the children, a place where they can learn without fear or apprehension. […]
Twenty-Fours hours later, the problem continues to be an issue for Facebook users as they have gone to Twitter and Google+ to complain about the embarrassment and frustration of these images being posted under their profile. It seems Facebook is still having problems rectifying the matter and we have not seen much on the Facebook security page to update users on the matter.
On Thursday, October 6th, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and First Lady Judge Katie O’Malley will join Facebook’s Vice President for U.S. Public Policy Joel Kaplan and Cartoon Network President/COO Stuart Snyder, State and local education leaders, and other special guests for a special National Bullying Prevention Month kick-off event at Arundel High School in Anne Arundel County, MD. […]
NetSmartz is a very informative site geared towards aiding with the awareness efforts on how to better protect our kids while online. They have an excellent collection of data pertaining to how bad the situation is on the gap between parents understanding what their teens are doing online below: […]
Teen Internet Safety Study
A survey commissioned by Cox Communications and NCMEC2 found that
Teen Internet Usage and Attitudes about Safety Present Potential Risks but also Opportunities for Education and a Role for Watchful Parents and Guardians […]