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
The public discussion about “online reputation” has gotten darker, as “public shaming” appears in more and more headlines. We may think it’s
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
For Data Privacy Day (today, 1/28), let’s take a look at students’ data privacy – as in the data on their cellphones and whether school administrators have the
Don’t believe anything you hear about sexting causing an increase in teen pregnancy. There is no way it can be true. How can I say that? Because teen pregnancy in the
ConnectSafely co-director Larry Magid interviews Ford CEO Mark Fields It may seem odd for an Internet safety organization like ConnectSafely to be featuring an interview
I wish the ClassDojo app had been around when I was in elementary, middle and high school. Back then, about the only feedback I ever got from my teachers was about my lousy