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Online 'Shaming' A New Level Of Cyberbullying For Girls : NPR

Online 'Shaming' A New Level Of Cyberbullying For Girls : NPR | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Many teenagers are living half their lives on social media sites, and they're writing the rules as they go.
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Hundreds of websites urging girls to 'starve for perfection'

Teenage girls are becoming involved in dangerous games of competitive dieting thanks to the proliferation of pro-anorexia websites.
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Third suicide in weeks linked to cyberbullying - Irish Examiner

Third suicide in weeks linked to cyberbullying - Irish Examiner | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
The SunThird suicide in weeks linked to cyberbullyingIrish ExaminerErin Gallagher's death is the third high-profile apparent suicide linked to cyberbullying in a matter of weeks.
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DigitalMe's Safe programme helps schools meet new Ofsted E ...

DigitalMe's Safe programme helps schools meet new Ofsted E ... | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
How can schools respond to the new Ofsted Inspection Framework and deliver an e-safety programme that engages students within a busy curriculum? Safe, the Certificate in Social Networking, develops young people's skills ...
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'Parasite' porn websites stealing images and videos posted by young people - The Guardian

'Parasite' porn websites stealing images and videos posted by young people - The Guardian | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
The Guardian'Parasite' porn websites stealing images and videos posted by young peopleThe GuardianChildren and young people are posting thousands of sexually explicit images of themselves and their peers online, which are then being stolen by porn...
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Twitter and Facebook 'harming children's development' - Telegraph

Twitter and Facebook 'harming children's development' - Telegraph | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
A generation of children risks growing up with obsessive personalities, poor self-control, short attention spans and little empathy because of an addiction to social networking websites such as Twitter, a leading neuroscientist has warned.
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'Dirty secrets' Facebook pages should be banned - Telegraph.co.uk

'Dirty secrets' Facebook pages should be banned - Telegraph.co.uk | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk'Dirty secrets' Facebook pages should be bannedTelegraph.co.ukThree pupils have been excluded from the school temporarily and an assembly was held on Thursday involving pupils who spoke about the importance of e-safety.
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Teen questioned over international cyber bullying - Southland Times

Teen questioned over international cyber bullying - Southland Times | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Southland TimesTeen questioned over international cyber bullyingSouthland TimesA 17 year-old Raglan boy is being questioned by police over cyber bullying after posting "inappropriate and disturbing" images of Canadian teenager Amanda Todd to an...
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EU Wants to Increase Online Privacy Protection for Internet Users

EU Wants to Increase Online Privacy Protection for Internet Users | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Officials in the European Union want to see European Internet users given more control over their online privacy settings, and more say in the matter of private data companies mining their personal info from Facebook.
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Facebook compelled to hand over IP addresses in UK cyber-bullying case - Digitaltrends.com

Facebook compelled to hand over IP addresses in UK cyber-bullying case - Digitaltrends.com | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
TechnoratiFacebook compelled to hand over IP addresses in UK cyber-bullying caseDigitaltrends.comOnline bullying victim Nicola Brookes, in a first-of-its-kind case in the UK, has won a court order compelling Facebook to hand over the IP addresses...
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Internet safety: 'Sexting' a growing threat to children | News Leak UK ...

Two schools a week are asking for support from an on-line safety group more than concerns that pupils are 'sexting'. The trend sees girls texting, emailing or uploading indecent images of themselves to boys or onto social networking sites.
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Twitter advice for schools

RT @MrGeoBrown: RT @qriaz: Twitter advice for schools http://t.co/tjcRDxty - worth a read.
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Sex Offenders Can "Groom" A Kid Online In 8 Minutes

Sex Offenders Can "Groom" A Kid Online In 8 Minutes | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Sex Offenders Can "Groom" A Kid Online In 8 Minutes: Here's some scary news: research shows it takes just a few minutes for an exp...
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Carole Redline's comment, August 28, 2013 5:25 PM
This is reality that is hard to face. But again, knowing about this or preaching about this is not the whole solution.
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Parents unleash cyber outburst, prompting warnings of bullying - The Daily Telegraph

Parents unleash cyber outburst, prompting warnings of bullying - The Daily Telegraph | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Parents unleash cyber outburst, prompting warnings of bullyingThe Daily TelegraphPARENTS are joining students in venting their rage about teachers and schools on Facebook, leading to one Adelaide primary school warning parents about cyber bullying.
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Blocking ask.fm 'will not stop bullying' - Irish Times

Blocking ask.fm 'will not stop bullying' - Irish Times | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Irish TimesBlocking ask.fm 'will not stop bullying'Irish TimesAccording to Ms Logan, cyberbullying and homophobic bullying were two of the most prevalent forms of bullying raised by those who took part in the report.
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Half of capital may have been victims of cyber crime - Edinburgh Evening News

Half of capital may have been victims of cyber crime - Edinburgh Evening News | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Edinburgh Evening NewsHalf of capital may have been victims of cyber crimeEdinburgh Evening NewsTony Neate, an ex-police officer who is now CEO of Get Safe Online, told the Evening News the group would be using the results as part of a new online...
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Web Browser Safety Features Compared - Business Insider

Web Browser Safety Features Compared - Business Insider | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it

Here's a look at all the ways the top four browsers protect you from the bad guys.

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43% of Brits regret giving away too much personal data online - Equities.com

43% of Brits regret giving away too much personal data online - Equities.com | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
43% of Brits regret giving away too much personal data onlineEquities.com“This is exactly the sort of issue that is being highlighted by Get Safe Online Week, which starts today.
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Cyberbullying a factor in teen suicide, but not only reason - VOXXI

Cyberbullying a factor in teen suicide, but not only reason - VOXXI | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Counsel & HealCyberbullying a factor in teen suicide, but not only reasonVOXXIWhen it comes to teen suicides, cyberbullying is rarely the sole leading mechanism of peer torment, states a small study presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics'...
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Cyberbullying Does Not 'Cause' Teen Suicide

Cyberbullying Does Not 'Cause' Teen Suicide | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
While it makes for convenient mainstream media news pieces to draw convenient lines between cyber-bullying and suicide and thus declare that ending bullying would end suicides, it's not so simplistic, notes research from ...
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Mom dresses like 12 year old to bring down alleged online predator - KGBT-TV

Mom dresses like 12 year old to bring down alleged online predator - KGBT-TV | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Mom dresses like 12 year old to bring down alleged online predatorKGBT-TVShe threw on a wig and her daughter's hoodie and sneakers then set out to bring the alleged online predator down.
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Infographic: Generation gap in computer security | TechRepublic

Infographic: Generation gap in computer security | TechRepublic | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
attitudes of users have a lot to do with how much risk is introduced into an organization due to online behavior and general tech savvy. How does it break down between generations?
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Ofcom | Children signing up for under-age social networking profiles

Ofcom | Children signing up for under-age social networking profiles | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Ofcom shows children as young as eight joining #facebook #esafety http://t.co/dRazBIAw...
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Savannah Nicole Bradford's curator insight, February 19, 2016 5:06 AM

Stats on children's usage and beliefs online, proving just how dangerous children being on the internet can be!

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Safe - The DigitalMe Certificate in Safe Social Networking for Primary Schools

Safe - The DigitalMe Certificate in Safe Social Networking for Primary Schools | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Safe is a new, national programme to develop children's skills, self-confidence and e-safety awareness when using social networking.
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Savannah Nicole Bradford's curator insight, February 19, 2016 5:11 AM

Check out this Internet Safety Program that students would HAVE to complete! Great idea!

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Engage for Education » Archive » Internet safety – How our children see things

Engage for Education » Archive » Internet safety – How our children see things | Internet Safety - keeping our children safe online | Scoop.it
Enabling direct conversation between the ministers and parents, children & young people, teachers & school staff (ScotEduBlogs: Internet safety – How our children see things http://t.co/aJot4Mqz...)...
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