Posts Tagged 'cyberbullying'

Being a parent in a socially networked world is likely one of the toughest challenges you will face. In the thick of this challenge, I’ve shifted my parenting approach significantly over the past several years. I’ve evolved, as many of you have witnessed on this blog, from being a panicked protector to a full-time preparer. A key shift for me personally has been […]

  Last week we talked about the dangers that can arise with apps that allow anonymous users to interact. Equally concerning is the growing popularity of location tracking apps among teens. Designed to help moms keep track of kids, these apps serve a great purpose. However, they can be misused by teens looking for nearby friends if privacy settings […]

We just released what I believe to be the most important digital learning module from the Intel Security Digital Safety Program—the Cyberethics Module. My dream is to help kids critically think about what we “should” do online, and this module might just make them Think Before you Link! Intel Security, in partnership with Discovery Education, […]

As a guiding frame for laws, and as a concept, the First Amendment is a uniquely American one. The freedom of speech and the press, the right to assembly and the free exercise of religion have all played significant parts in how the United States has formed and matured. It has also formed the basis […]

One of my favourite purchases of all time would have to be my laminator. Somehow everything feels official when it is covered in plastic! Over the years, I have whipped up certificates and vouchers for my kids – which went down a treat when they were little but not so much now that they are […]