Tag Archive for ‘blog’
Happy New Year! With 2011 off to a great start, we thought now would be the perfect time for a refresher course about basic online privacy protection. In fact, this would serve as a wonderful opportunity for parents to sit down with their children to review how we can all stay safe online. To jumpstart [...]
We’re proud to report that last night’s online safety Twitter party was a huge success. Thank you to all the wonderful participants for helping to create a thoughtful, engaging conversation about online and mobile safety. …and congratulations to our prize winners who received a complimentary 6-month subscription to SafetyWeb! If you missed all the fun, [...]
Eleven-year-old Jessi Slaughter (a.k.a. kerligirl13) is now under police protection after receiving death threats from several cyberbullies. It all started when Slaughter encountered several “haters” in a live, online video chat room using a site called Stickam which hosts real-time, streaming videos. Slaughter subsequently recorded a response video to the bullies from her bedroom webcam and [...]
News sources have coined a new term: “mean girls grown up.” That’s because mommy bloggers are engaging in cyber-bullying lately. “Good Morning America” recently aired a segment on moms who blog, tweet and text negativity, all at the expense of other moms. For example, a working mom was deemed “selfish,” and a mother who shared [...]
With the increase of coworkers and employers connecting on social networks like Facebook and MySpace, protecting one’s online reputation has become a real challenge. In many cases, employers see blog rants written by disgruntled employees who are unhappy at their jobs. This creates trust issues and can even lead to disciplinary action by the employer. [...]
A new blog launched to cover Online Reputation Management and Internet Safety for the parents of Kids and Teenagers.