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These tips, based on the latest research, will help teens’ socializing stay fun and safe. Be your own person. Don’t let friends or strangers pressure you to be
We've all seen the stories about bullies and hate-mongers. But guess what? The majority of things that happen online are positive. ConnectSafely's One Good Thing project is your place to share the positive things you've done or seen with connected technology.
by Digital Trust Foundation The Digital Trust Foundation today announced $1.6 million in grants for research, education, and support focused on understanding, preventing,
“Sexting” usually refers to the sharing of nude or semi-nude and sexually provocative photos via mobile phones, but it can happen on other devices and the Web too. First
Click here to view A Parents Guide to Student Data Privacy Palo Alto, CA, (April 28, 2015) – ConnectSafely.org, a leading non-profit Internet safety organization, today