A report from CBS San Francisco report in reply to our "Who Needs Parental Controls?" survey.
A response to the findings of a national survey by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.
Facebook simplifies privacy controls, with counsel from FOSI.
Jeana Lee Tahnk chats with Stephen Balkam about Internet safety tips for kids returning to school.
Coverage of Stephen Balkam's interview with Jan Hoffman of The New York Times where they discuss cyberbullying.
The suicide of Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi and the extensive reporting of the circumstances of his death reveal a complex web of issues that challenges us all.
Media coverage from Stephen Balkam's recent interview with St. Louis Dispatch.
Stephen Balkam, as a pragmatic optimist, puts the launch of Facebook Places and privacy in its broader context.
This week Google's Eric Schmidt suggested we may need to invent new identities to escape embarrassing online pasts – while Facebook launched a tool to share users' locations. So does technology pose a threat to private life? Stephen Balkam talks about a "seminal moment" for the the issue of privacy and the article explores the implications of Facebook's newly released Places functionality.
For a while, it seemed as if the ongoing debate about online safety, and all the expertise engaged with that, was obscured by simplified 'panic button' coverage in the spat between Facebook and Ceop, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre.In the meantime, the Family Online Safety Institute had been collaborating on something far more worthwhile - an international directory of online safety initiatives. GRID features profiles, an outline of projects and initiatives and details of research and legislation in 150 countries.