"My heart aches every time I get a call from a parent desperately asking if I can remove the nudes of their kid from the internet."
She knows how to type just about that much into Google. If she doesn't she will ask me to write it for her on a piece of
Answer by Ava Mohsenin, student at McGill University, on Quora: On Instagram, do most kids (middle school, high school) have
Our original worries focused on content, but now the online safety community as well as parents, teachers and care givers are just as concerned about behavioral, emotional and developmental side effects of our hearty embrace of all things digital.
Increased connectivity is unlocking new potential for the future of our businesses, communities and way of life.
It's important to figure out how to make sure they are safe whether you are co-parenting, parallel parenting or even if the other parent is doing none of this with you.
The Internet is arguably the most indispensable tool in communication, but it has a dark side that many parents don’t know
Phishing attacks succeed or fail depending on a number of factors, but the main one is the target's distraction level. Kids are not always the most mindful among us. This makes them targets for phishing scams.
Online privacy is a little like your weird Uncle Bob. He's hard to understand, and you really only miss him when he's gone. And just like Uncle Bob, online privacy can sound a little paranoid. Internet predators. Online safety. Data mining.
Last week a school near me suffered a social media mishap involving its students. This, an increasingly common byproduct of our day, unfortunately catches many a school by surprise. So I received this call: "Help! Can you come to our school to give an "Internet Safety" presentation? And can you keep it to under an hour?"