By Anne Collier “I’m sad that my son is so busy with homework and other stuff lately that he hasn’t had time to even play Minecraft! I think it’s a
The European Union Court of Justice ruling about the “right to be forgotten” is more wrong than right. Of course I sympathize with the individual who pressed the claim
By Anne Collier One year ago this month, its 3rd-through-6th grader designers launched the fifth and final iteration of Escape to Morrow, an open source digital game they
By Anne Collier I love the parenthetical in the headline of “Five Ways to Break Your Kids’ Screen Addiction (and Yours, Too),” by Yahoo family tech columnist
Internet Matters website is part of educational campaign that accompanies optional UK filtering Under pressure from Prime Minister David Cameron and other British officials,
Since it was founded 30 years ago, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) has helped reunite thousands of missing kids with their families. I have had
This post first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News PARIS — The National Cyber Security Alliance, or NCSA, is a Washington, D.C.-based organization that promotes
This post first appeared on Forbes.com. Until now, when new Facebook users sent out their first post, the default setting was public, which means that anyone could see it.