Ask Trish: My Debut Book, ReThink the Internet

Ask Trish: My Debut Book, ReThink the Internet

My debut book, ReThink the Internet, the world’s first-ever by-youth, for-youth guide to safely navigating the digital world, is coming out at the end of this month, on May 31st ...

Ask Trish: Anti-Hate 101 with Ask Trish

Ask Trish: Anti-Hate 101 with Ask Trish

“Tell us more about your work as an anti-hate activist and what myths you’d want to bust or lessons you’d want to share.” Totally! First off, let me say that ...
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Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying

Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying

Thanks to increased research around cyberbullying, we know more about the problem and what will help, and we're more motivated as a society to address it ...
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Family Guide to Parental Controls

Family Guide to Parental Controls

Filters can usually prevent young children from accidentally stumbling on troubling or inappropriate material, but they are less effective at keeping older kids and teens from deliberately visiting blocked sites ...
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Benefits of Apple's Image Abuse Scanning Outweigh Risks

Benefits of Apple’s Image Abuse Scanning Outweigh Risks

There has been quite a bit of controversy around Apple’s recent announcement that it will scan images stored in iCloud from iPhone, iPad and Mac users for Child Sexual Abuse ...
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Ask Trish: Marginalized Groups & Online Hate

Ask Trish: Marginalized Groups & Online Hate

Sometimes mean behavior on social media is super casual. Instead of being harassed, my friends just don’t tag me in a picture. How do I deal with the drama? Is ...
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Ask Trish: The Pressure to Be Perfect

Ask Trish: The Pressure to Be Perfect

“I sometimes feel like the pressure to be perfect on social media can be so overwhelming. Do you have tips for managing social media anxiety and being authentic online?” First ...
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Parent's Guide to Snapchat

Parent’s Guide to Snapchat

Users love that they can share a moment that’s digital footprint-free — they don’t have to think about how their photos, videos or comments make them look to some unknown ...
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online security

Quick-Guide to Secure Passwords

The FBI along with other security experts are now recommending a “pass phrase” rather than simply a password. Such a phrase should be relatively long – at least 15 characters ...
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iphone

Tips for Dealing with Teen Sexting

“Sexting” usually refers to the sharing of sexually explicit images via mobile phones, but it can happen on other devices, too. First of all, research shows most teens don’t share ...
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