Talking to kids promotes safety

Talking to your kids can go a long way.

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What does the world know about you online?

  by Larry Magid A famous cartoon from the New Yorker shows a dog sitting in front of a computer telling another dog, “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” But now, thanks to the Internet, everyone knows everything about you. Or at least they might be able to find out. Online reputations are […]

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Be smart with your cell phone

Kids use cell phones in different ways than adults. It's time for adults to learn to text and kids to learn some safety tips.

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Putting your kids on a media diet

Don't let your kids sit in front of a screen all day. Put them on a healthy media diet.

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Kids’ Exposure to Porn: New Findings

Researchers say kids' exposure to online porn may now be "normative among youth Internet users, especially teenage boys."

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Profile of a teen online victim

As presented by David Finkelhor, director of the University of New Hampshire's Crimes Against Children Research Center, on Capitol Hill

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What parents can do about online safety

Talking with your kids can go a long way towards keeping them safe.

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National Suicide Prevention Hotline relies on MySpace referrals

It's very likely teens are alive today because they used social-networking sites to reach out for help.

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Predators & cyberbullies: Reality check

Parents who have seen "To Catch a Predator" ask how much they should be worrying about their social-networking kids. Here are some facts.

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New approach to safety education suggested

Larry Magid talks about new research that suggests we re-think Internet safety education.

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