We live in a world where we are all digitally connected, therefore it is important that we learn and practice the three C's of online social behavior.
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 us the gift of knowledge this holiday season. During this video series we will be sharing advice and Internet safety tips from a variety of leaders in tech.
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.
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.
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.
When it comes to your connected teen don't get caught up in looking at the glass half empty. Instead realize that being connected provides a lot of great opportunities for your child.
During the month of October we celebrate and create awareness for both bullying prevention and cybersecurity. There is also a week dedicated to promoting digital citizenship.