This post first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News There are a growing number of social media apps that encourage anonymity. Popular services such as Ask.fm, Secret,
Predictably, the media coverage of a new survey of parents on digital-age parenting focused mainly on their concerns about tech and the Net. We need to question that –
Whether it’s from government snoops or online marketers, most Americans feel that they have little or no control over how their online personal information is being
A survey released today by the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), found that “93% of parents feel that their child is at least somewhat safe when he or she is
By Anne Collier I’m stating the obvious – that perfect digital-age parenting doesn’t exist – but let me explain why it doesn’t. Writer Heather
Ebola Care’s apps against Ebola is providing healthcare workers with tools to help track, treat and prevent the disease The tech community is rallying to help fight
By Anne Collier It isn’t the first time research has found that “parental control” is not the best way to keep children safe online and on phones.
There is an old saying that figures don’t lie but liars figure. That’s a good thing to keep in mind when examining how some companies market the results of surveys. OK,