Facebook Focus on Cyberbullying

In an effort to deal with cyber bullying on the platform, Facebook has recently expanded its Safety Center and made more resources available. According to Facebook: [The] mission is to give people the power to share and to make the world more open and connected. We want everyone to feel safe when using Facebook. Bullying Prevention Hub Working with the […]

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Technology and Preteens

We know there are different hurdles for every stage of child development, but preteens have a special set of concerns as they straddle the innocence of childhood and their burgeoning maturity. During this transition period it is vital for parents to take measures to protect our children. One way we can achieve this is to track a child’s technology activity […]

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Cyber Bullying Awareness: Puerto Rico Tops Google Searches

We are very passionate about everything related to Cyber Bullying, which is why we keep a very close eye on Google Searches for the term “CyberBullying”.  And because 2013 is nearing its end and it is time to locate and gather numbers related to Cyber Bullying Statistics 2014, we resorted to Google to understand what has happened to Cyber Bullying […]

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The Brilliant Work of Think You Know

Children between the ages of 5 and 14. It also provides resources and information for parents, caregivers, teachers, trainers and anyone else in connection with the educational system. The site – and all matter pertaining to it – was founded in 2007 by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. The goal and mission of the CEOP is to consistently […]

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What Is The Youtube Partner Program?

Youtube is a free online collection of videos uploaded by everyday users all over the world. It is also used by numerous companies to advertise their products and/or services. Many TV shows and movies can also be viewed using the site. It was started by three individuals who quit their jobs with PayPal to pursue their dream of creating their […]

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