WASHINGTON (AP) — Melania Trump says she’s OK with the criticism and ridicule she has received for tackling online bullying and remains committed to the issue because “it will provide a better world for our children.”
First Lady Melania Trump says it is not news that critics and the media ridicule her for speaking out on cyberbullying.
Melania Trump’s whirlwind week started with a flight on Sunday to Washington from Paris, where her husband had faced stinging criticism for missing a ceremony honoring the military in World War I. Over the next few days, as the president reportedly fumed and contemplated a rattling staff shake-up, the first lady had a tumultuous week of her own.
With the rise of video streaming and social media, keeping kids safe on the internet is a growing concern for many parents. Routers not only manage your home's wireless networks, but they can also manage who has access to what online content. Every router is slightly different, so consult your model's manual, but here are a few key ways routers can help keep everyone online safely. FOSI CEO Stephen Balkam is quoted.
No one cares more about your child's well-being and success than you do. In today's digitally-fueled times, that means guiding him or her not just in the real world but in the always-on virtual one as well. Teach your children to use technology in a healthy way and pick up the skills and habits that will make them successful digital citizens. From 2-year-olds who seem to understand the iPad better than you to teenagers who need some (but not too much) freedom, we’ll walk you through how to make technology work for your family at each stage of the journey. FOSI CEO Stephen Balkam is quoted.
Stephen Balkam of Family Online Safety Institute details the latest technology to keep your kids safe online.
First Lady Melania Trump has elevated the issue of cyberbullying to the national stage but President Donald Trump's combative online habits have led to some skepticism about whether her initiative can be successful. FOSI's VP of Legal and Policy, Jennifer Hanley, is quoted.
Melania Trump talked up the importance of teaching children positive cyber habits Monday on the same morning that her husband sent tweets deriding current and former U.S. officials, including one message referring to a former CIA director as a "political hack."
FOSI's VP of Legal and Policy, Jennifer Hanley, is quoted in this Opinion piece.
Stephen Balkam, CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute gives some tips on how to keep kids safe online during the back-to-school season. He says talk to your kids, be a good digital role model and learn how to monitor their activity.