Articles by Maureen Kochan

Why Kate Winslet is wrong about social media

November 7, 2015

By Maureen Kochan Actress Kate Winslet, who stars in the new film based on the life of Apple founder Steve Jobs, told the Sunday Times in the U.K. that she doesn’t allow her kids to use social media at home.

Cyberbullying: Not just for kids

October 28, 2015

By Sue Scheff No one is immune to online harassment. From high-profile celebrities to politicians of all ideologies and from all-star athletes to ordinary parents, everyone is vulnerable when it comes to cyberwarfare.

Teen pledge for being smart and safe online

August 27, 2015

I will be respectful to myself and others. I won’t bully and won’t tolerate bullying by others. I will be a good online friend and be supportive of my friends and others

How social media helps transcend grief

August 11, 2015

by Sue Scheff Cyberbullying, harassment, bullying, shaming, digital cruelty, just downright being mean to each other. The modern human race (at all ages) has become a culture of cruelty.

Controversial anonymous app Secret to close

April 30, 2015

By Maureen Kochan: Controversial anonymous app Secret, sometimes seen as the poster child for all that is wrong with anonymous social apps, will close, said co-founder David
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