One of the sessions at the Family Online Safety Institute conference that was held in Washington last November focused on re-defining online safety. During the session, a
Millions of people already watch video on their smartphones, either on a cellular network or via Wi-Fi, but an emerging technology called LTE Broadcast could make that
My wife and I were having dinner with some friends recently when I decided to show their four year-old twins a video from YouTube. I loaded up the app on my phone, searched
There are lots of online courses ranging from some that are incredibly compelling to others that, well, that are just plain boring. One of the problems with online
Esther Wojcicki is an award winning journalism teacher and the author of a new book on education called Moonshots in Education: Launching Blended Learning in the Classroom.
This post first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News No doubt about it: There are some vile posts on Yik Yak and other social media platforms. But just because some people
This post first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News I was not surprised to learn that the Senate is looking into the Internet of Things. Senators are concerned about
Rep. Anna Eshoo on Safer Internet Day Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, who represents much of Silicon Valley, on her support of Safer Internet Day and ConnectSafely. It was Rep.
This post first appeared in the Mercury News In 2004, a project of the European Commission launched “Safer Internet Day,” which became an annual event held on the