Here’s a look at five ways teenagers jeopardize their online safety and security, and tips on what you can do to keep them protected.
Should websites such as LittleGossip be forced offline?
According to recent studies, 81% of kids under the age of 2 have a digital footprint. What do you think about parents who create Facebook and other social networking accounts for their unborn or young children?
The OpenDNS team just launched FamilyShield, a free service that is so easy to use and helps protect your kids online.
An infographic called “The Stats on Internet Pornography” offers up some surprising – and some expected – results. Should parents be keeping a closer eye on their children’s internet use, or is it inevitable: kids want to see porn just as much as adults do?
Which of your kids’ online activities worries you the most?
Microsoft partner with a Canadian charity to help protect children from online abuse.
Google Buzz is a brand new social networking and messaging platform from Google and, according to the LA Times, it could be putting your children at risk.
By now, you’ve probably heard of Chatroulette and the dangers it can pose to your children. The trend continues as other similar sites are starting to emerge.