It’s back-to-school season, which is the perfect time for parents to take extra steps to make sure their kids are being safe online.The Family Online Safety Institute is hosting workshops in partnership with Verizon this month to help families navigate the new age of digital parenting.
Parenting today's tech savvy kids can be overwhelming. Stephen Balkam, CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute, joins Verizon's Andy Choi to share more about how to parent tech savvy kids.
YouTube is weighing a number of changes to its handling of content for children following pressure from inside and outside the company, according to a person familiar with the matter.
At 13, kids are still more than a decade from having a fully developed prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain involved in decision-making and impulse control. And yet parents and educators unleash them on the internet at that age—if not before—because they’re told children in the U.S. must be at least 13 to download certain apps, create email accounts and sign up for social media.
Verizon Wireless is unveiling a new phone plan called "Just kids," meant to put controls like limited contacts, data, and phone calls in your hands, while getting a phone in your child's hand.
A FIFTH of young people in Spain, aged between 10 and 25, suffer from behavioral problems due to an addiction to digital devices.
A child's first cell phone is increasingly becoming an earlier, and pricier, decision for parents. While each family has its own decision to make on when the appropriate time is for their child to get their first device, Verizon is hoping a new plan will make the choice easier on the financial side of things with its new "Just Kids" plan.
First Lady Melania Trump says it is not news that critics and the media ridicule her for speaking out on cyberbullying.
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.”
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.