The recent SMH article outlining author Mem Fox’s genuine concern about the increasing use of technology as a replacement for parental interaction with their kids was spot-on, and should raise alarm bells – but will it?
Everloop.com and McAfee Join Forces to Train Children in Digital Safety and ...DailyFinance"We are dedicated to children's safety and recognize the need for free and readily-available online safety education not only for concerned parents, but also...
If you wouldn't say something to a person's face, don't send it via text or the internet. Technology makes it too easy to say things that are impulsive or unkind. Also, the person reading your message can't see your expressions ...
by Larry Magid Source: Federal Trade Commission The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a revised set of proposed rules (PDF) regarding the implementation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
WiredExpert preps parents on Internet safety for kidsDaily Inter LakeAt the beginning of his crash course in online safety, Helena Police Det. Bryan Fischer had parents ready to run home and pull the plugs on their computers.
To help lower the risk, children should only communicate with people they know from the non-online. Predators can pretend to be someone they are not, (like another child) and may show up in places where children like to play online.
BeSeen is provided by Carnegie Mellon University and Web Wise Kids to teach youth how to be responsible in social networks by securing their private and personal information, protecting their online reputation and defending their peers.
Netiquette is taking on a whole new meaning. The semantic web is the next level of the internet, it's web 3.0. Adaptable pages based on what a user means to do on the internet. The best way to explain it is by example.
Ross Police Provide Online Safety and Cyber Bullying Awareness Tips for ParentsPatch.comThe Ross Township Police Department is offering Ross and West View parents safety tips about online predators and cyber bullying.