By Anne Collier The public discussion about “online reputation” has gotten darker, as “public shaming” appears in more and more headlines. We may
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
By Anne Collier Back in 2008, I wrote about evidence that social networks – our social circles, as experienced online or offline – are a source of health and safety.
By Anne Collier This is the second of two posts about the internal online (and offline) safeguard resilience. Here’s Part 1. Another perspective on resilience: this in
By Anne Collier Read Caitlin Seida’s story for a great example of resilience and how to be an upstander online. Caitlin had publicly posted an unflattering Halloween
By Anne Collier In 2009, the Internet Safety Technical Task Force published a finding that the young people most at risk online are those most at risk offline, a clear
By Anne Collier Reporters and reviewers write about Minecraft as if it’s just like any other videogame. Even this highly readable piece about its creator (Markus