cyber bullying



According to the StompOutBullying.org website, their parental resource page highlighted this horrific topic by calling out cyberbullying as “social terrorism by technology.” While our societies general rule of thumb states we don’t negotiate with terrorists, what are parents to do when it comes to this type of traumatic experience? Back […]

Learn About Cyber Bullying & Stopping This Vicious Cycle


Netiquette refers to good manners on the internet and treating other people on the internet as you would like to be treated yourself. Children may not realize that they can accidentally offend someone online. Unfortunately, some people use the internet and/or mobile phones to upset or harass others. This is […]

Tips to Save Your Child from Being a Victim of ...




Live streaming apps are gaining more and more popularity, It’s a way for people to broadcast their own life or experience in real time. As this can be a great tool, it can also have some serious consequences for children. It’s important for parents to understand what dangers can occur […]

What Parents Need to Understand About Live Streaming Apps


In the present day and age, the number of internet users has been increasing at an exponential rate, and the innumerable social networking sites have taken control of people’s social life. Today, the youngsters, especially teenagers are the largest group of internet users in the world. Most homes worldwide have unlimited internet access. […]

Understanding Cyberbullying- Guest Post



Bullies no longer depend on intimidating stature or muscular strength; their terror reigns omnipresent on the web and leaves nowhere for victims to hide. How can parents detect cyberbullying and whether or not children are falling prey to online attacks? To raise awareness about cybersecurity and elevate resiliency in case […]

Insidious Internet: How to Delete Cyberbullying



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Kids have it rough these days.  Before the advent of computers, the only bully your children had to worry about was on the school playground, walking home after school or on the bus.  This situation was dealt with swiftly and ended the bullying quickly. That is not the case in […]

CyberBullying: Guidelines for Parents to Openly Communicate with their Children



Children and Cyber Crimes
With over 45 million children ages 10 – 17 using the internet, only 52% of parents are moderately supervising their children’s online activity, leaving a window of opportunity for internet predators to take full advantage of the lack of responsible adult supervision. Online predators are not only internet savvy but […]

Protecting Your Children From the Lure of Cyber Crimes