Whether your child is a freshman in high school, starting the second half of their senior year or already in college, there are steps to be taken to prepare them digitally for their future.
Our friends from Comcast and Mind Candy share their tips for Internet safety.
David Ryan Polgar Digital Family Expert for Ask.fm and Co Founder of the Digcit Summit shares knowledge on the three E's of digital citizenship.
Kathleen Lefstad, Policy Manager, Trust & Safety, at Yahoo! shares her gift of knowledge for Internet safety with parents.
Parents like me who had kids before Snapchat, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube, and even Facebook were a thing, have been caught with our pants down, so to speak. We are digital parenting pioneers: navigating new apps, deciphering text speak, misusing emojis, and certainly embarrassing our kids as we muddle through a world that switched from analog to digital in the blink of an eye.
We asked our friends in the tech industry to share with parents the gift of knowledge this holiday season. Find out what experts from some of the top tech companies and organizations want parents to know about Internet safety.
Cyberbullying causes longterm suffering and pain, consider the possible consequences of posting a hurtful message before posting that message.
When we think of Tinder, we think of a dating app that gives us the great (read: convenient) ability to get romantically involved with another user for a long, or short, amount of time. But an app like Tinder can and is being used for social engagements other than dating.
Trying to bring some calm in to a busy schedule is a challenge. Fortunately, there is an app for that, actually 5 apps for that.
Through countless apps you can send money directly from one bank account to another without banks even being involved. Learn what each type of payment app means and explore the differences to choose which payment app would work best for you.