ConnectSafely In The News

 

Can Facebook be regulated? (Aljazeera)

Call for Facebook to Cancel Messenger Kids is Well-Meaning But Misguided (Forbes)

Facebook Now has a Messenger App for Kids (Slate)

Health Buzz: Cyberbullying Doesn’t Affect Mosts Teens for Long, Study Says (U.S. News & World Report)

Teens and apps: A parents’ guide to what’s popular — and what’s problematic (SJ Mercury News)

Hackable Holidays: Turn off the ‘Big Three’ in crowds to prevent cellphone hacking (WTOP)

Guide to Data Privacy Issued for Parents (Education Week)

Panel Rejects Expanded Access To Employees’ Social Media Accounts (Times Record)

Is your child ready for a cell phone? (WJLA)

Internet Safety Event for Students (ABC 7 – video)

‘BatDad’ and other parents: To post or not to post? (CNN)

‘Don’t text and drive; it can wait’ (by Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap)

Facebook publishes a teacher’s guide for Facebook Use (NBC Bay Area)

Snapchat: naughty, goofy, ethereal, permanent or all of the above? (The Daily Beast)

Co-director Larry Magid on NPR Science Friday (Science Daily)

Teens say they are in control of online privacy, image  (USA Today)

Free parents’ guides to Snapchat and Instagram (Huffington Post)

ConnectSafely releases parents’ guides to Instagram and Snapchat (International Business Times)

Kids love these apps but parents worry (CBS Radio News)

Technology experts to hold discussion at Natick High (MetroWest Daily News)

Facebook advisers propose ways to allow tweens on the site officially (New York Times)

Lesson from a sext study: ‘juvenoia’ and today’s kids (USA Today)