Archive for the ‘Internet Safety’ Category

Teach Me to Teach My Kids About Cyberbullying

ShareThe digital age has brought on a new set of digital problems for parents, including cyberbulling. Your computer can act as a dangerous conduit of malicious content directly to your child. One of the newest and most pervasive threats to a kid of the digital age is cyberbullying. As a parent, what can you do […]


It’s a small world after all| Cyber Bully’s not just in America

Share        Cyberbullying is a global problem NEW YORK — More than 10 percent of parents around the world say their child has been cyberbullied and nearly one-fourth know a youngster who has been a victim, according to a new Ipsos/Reuters poll. And more than three-quarters of people questioned in the global survey thought cyberbullying […]


Parents are #1 Tool in Combating Cyber Bullying

ShareRe-post as Kids return to school after Christmas break!   Parents must be involved Aug. 24, 2011, 6:34 a.m. EDT The Reporter CERTAINLY the topic of children bullying one another is not new; it is perhaps as old as childhood itself. What is new, and confounding, is the utilization of various electronic communication programs by […]


Online Privacy Primer (Slide Show)Larry Magid

Share Watch what you post There is a lot of talk about how social networks, search engines and even seemingly innocuous websites can invade our privacy, but the biggest risk to our privacy is what we post ourselves.  Sure, you should get to know the privacy settings of the services you use, but you should also be […]


[Surfnetkids: 30 Nov 2011] Who Discovered the South Pole?surfnetkids

Share Surfing the Net with Kids FREE Newsletter #1. November 30, 2011 Dear Reader, Although it sometimes feels like December is all about Christmas and Hanukkah, there are some other worthy events on the calendar this month. Here are a few, along with links to my website recommendations. Japan Attacks Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, […]


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