On December 1st, FOSI and the Future of Privacy Forum released a white paper on " Kids and the Connected Home: Privacy in the Age of Connected Dolls, Talking Dinosaurs, and Battling Robots." The paper explores the landscape of connected toys including how toys connect to platforms and servers and the variety of types of connected toys.
With the average home now having more than 10 connected devices, what can we do to keep our families and our homes safe? Here are a few practical tips to make your connected home more secure.
You can feel more confident in your child's use of technology in the classroom and at home by taking the time to understand the services they are using and how their personal data is being handled. We have three steps that can help you think about what is happening to your child's information.
Attaching a location to Instagram photos isn't always a risky move. There are benefits to geotagging when used responsibly.
Learn how to set your Instagram account to private to help avoid your photos being shared publicly.
Research from the Family Online Safety Institute examines the amount of information parents are sharing online about their families.
FOSI's latest research gives insight into what parents think about online privacy, social media use, and the positives and negatives of their kids using technology.
Do you know how easy it is to find certain information about you or your computer online? Do your kids know? It's easier than you might think. Here are 5 important tips to help protect you and your devices online.
Did you know that you can browse the web privately? Chrome, Safari and Firefox all have private modes that let you browse without saving the sites you visit or the files you download. This lets you browse without websites saving as much of your information.