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B Free - Helping your child with bullying problems.
We all know that life comes with difficulties and that we all must face it. But when is the right time to face our first problems. Most of the scientists think it is happening too soon. One of those problems is bullying. Bullies are known to make your childhood a little hell, so it is [...]
Safer Internet Day Quizzes
Thank you for visiting our Safer Internet Day quizzes. We have re-launched our website and our interactive online quizzes from past Safer Internet Days are no longer available on our site.&nb
Consumer Reports: Half of Social Network Users are "Oversharing," Endangering Privacy - ReadWrite
Consumer Reports, a longtime trusted name in product ratings and reviews, has today released its annual "State of the Net" report, which finds that over half (52%) of social network users post risky information online. Among the transgressions: using weak passwords, listing full birth dates, ignoring privacy settings and making mention of when…
Part 4: Putting Privacy Practices in Context: A Portrait of Teens’ Experiences Online
In the current survey, we wanted to understand the broader context of teens’ online lives beyond Facebook and Twitter and the context in which teens
Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Cyberbullying: Dealing w…
Young Canadians in a Wired World – Phase III: Findings from Canada’s largest research project on children and teens’ Internet use are now available. Cyberbully…
Cyberbullying 2010: What the Research Tells Us
An updated look at the research and definitions around bullying and cyberbullying. Presented to the Youth Online Safety Working Group assembled by NCMEC, this …