Posts Tagged 'social networking'
Q: I do a pretty good job keeping up with my son online and I try to follow all the tips on your blog. However, every time I ask my 15 year-old son for his phone to check his apps or contacts, a full-blown argument breaks out. I’m to the point where it’s just not […]
Perspective is a word we have been giving a hearty workout in our house these days. I mentally reference it several times a week when my daughter replays a troubling conversation with a friend that nine times out of ten took place over text. (C’mon, who uses a phone actually to speak to someone?) […]
Trying to keep up with your kids online feels a bit like patching holes in a sinking boat at times doesn’t it? A recent Intel Security study reveals a gap in what parents perceive kids to be doing online, and what’s actually taking place in behaviors such as cyberbullying, creating aliases, and the amount of time spent […]
According to a new Intel Security study, more than 2,000 American parents and kids ages 8-16 were surveyed to unveil some interesting things. 79% of the juvenile respondents learned online safety from their parents. 35% of them said they’ve been a cyberbully. 27% of them said they have met, or would meet, a person in […]
A new Intel Security study* released last week reveals that teens will go to great lengths to hide what they post from parents, teachers, and even peers. In a recent Intel Study study, “The Realities of Cyber Parenting: What Pre-teens and Teens Are Up To Online,” 42% of teens surveyed said they created anonymous names […]