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.
What do parents need to know and understand about these connected toys, smartphones, watches, tablets, etc before purchasing them? Use this list of questions as a guide when shopping for connected toys to ensure you feel confident in your purchases.
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.
FOSI released its latest research report, “Parents, Privacy and Technology Use” on November 17, 2015. This research was conducted by Hart Research Associates and included an online survey of 589 parents of kids ages 6 to 17, as well as 3 focus groups in suburban Philadelphia. The project explored how parents view the role that technology plays in their kids' lives, how they manage their kids' online activity, and how parents model good technology use. This report was made possible by a grant from the Digital Trust Foundation.
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.
Your phone goes with you everywhere and has a lot of information about your location. But you can control which apps have access to your location services, this video will show you how.
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.
Watch and share this video on how to protect your information —and your kids' — when using Wi-Fi hotspots.