Keeping up with what our children are doing online and with their cell phone activity is vital these days. Parents must always be looking for warning signs and red flags in protecting kids and keeping them safe in cyberspace. Safety experts say parents need to watch for issues like cyber bullying and harassment such as social [...]Full Story»
As this ‘Mobile Year in Review’ video from Mobile Future explains, mobile use is growing and is becoming the device of choice for youth to connect to the Web and to each other. What’s a Smartphone? What Parents Need to Know Parents – if you’ve been thinking about getting your teen a smartphone this holiday [...]
We’re pleased to announce that SafetyWeb co-founder Michael Clark has been invited by the FCC to participate in an ‘Ask the Experts’ panel at the Generation Mobile Forum. WHEN: Tuesday, December 14, 2010, 10:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. EST WHERE: McKinley Technology High School Auditorium, 151 T Street Northeast, Washington D.C., 20002 LIVE WEBCAST: Join online [...]
Cyberstalking is sometimes misconstrued as a minor problem because the harassment does not occur face-to-face, but don’t be fooled by the disguise. Cyberstalking (harassment or unwanted communication via technology) can lead to in-person stalking, sexting, and cyberbullying, and should be taken very seriously. To stop cyberstalking, we must first understand the warning signs and recognize [...]
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