Our households, communities, nation, and world are experiencing rapid change in a way we’ve never seen before.
On November 18th, we’ll be hosting the premier online safety event of 2020 – live and virtual!
This year’s event, “Building Resilience,” will cover the many changing elements of online life, for ourselves, our families, and our world. The inherent obstacles and vast benefits of the digital world ...
Let’s be honest, parenting in the digital can be a challenge. And, the global pandemic has created new stresses for parents and teens, who are relying on technology to stay connected to work, school, family, friends and the semblance of life as we knew it before coronavirus.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in early March, I was in the middle of my graduate school research, hoping to reveal the role that smartphones play in collaboration between family members. I was lucky enough to have finished interviewing the parents of 10-17-year-old just before social distancing and stay-home orders became a new normal.
The stakes for requiring a global commitment to media literacy education could not be higher. The spread of misinformation and disinformation on the Internet is impacting democracy and public safety, and it has become imperative that users develop the skills to assess the reliability of online content.
This whitepaper aims to connect the emerging technological phenomena of artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications with key actions needed to advance a culture of responsibility online.
Testimony of Stephen Balkam, CEO and Founder of Family Online Safety Institute, before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary - July 9, 2019