GPS Tracking: Should Your Teens Use Location Services?

Do you know where your children are? Foursquare does! Credit: AP Location apps change the game by identifying your physical location: ...These programs bring up two big issues: safety and privacy.

Teach Your Kids How to Use Creative Media Tools Responsibly

Even if kids think what they post is private, nothing is guaranteed. Credit: Getty Images Great technology not only gives kids tools to...Great technology not only gives kids tools to create, but it also empowers and inspires them.

Internet Safety for Middle School Kids

Middle schoolers lead digital lives, so why not make sure they do it safely? Credit: Getty Images In the middle school years, teens...Teens are using the Internet to express themselves and to experiment anonymously with different identities.

Summer Movie Preview: Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

Kung Fu Panda 2. Credit: Disney
With so many sequels, comic book-hero adventures and big-budget action and animated flicks...
Pandas, cars, cowboys and aliens coming to a theater near you.

Worst TV Role Models: Is Snooki Teaching Your Kids?

Tony, from "Skins," sleeps with every hot girl in sight. Credit: AP
What Are Kids Learning from TV Characters?
When it comes to sex,...
Get familiar with the characters kids are watching -- whether you love or hate them.

How to Protect Kids From Online Tracking

Tracking and profiling kids online -- and selling their information to advertisers and data brokers -- has quickly become widespread....Digital life has lots of benefits -- online tracking isn't one of them.

Anonymous Assaults: One Family's Battle With Tween Social Networking Site Formspring

Formspring is a comment-and-reply social networking site that lets kids post their deepest, darkest opinions completely anonymously....Cyber-bullying takes on a vicious twist with anonymous posts.

Video Chatting and Your Kids

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Video chatting is gaining in popularity and may bring up some sticky situations for parents.

Cheating Goes High Tech

Fifty-two percent of 13- to 17-year-olds admit to some form of cheating involving the Internet. Credit: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc, Getty...Cell phones and the Internet offer new opportunities for cheating.

Setting Computer Limits for Kids

Can your child enjoy himself –- and all those things that aren't online -– when he's away from the computer? Credit: Getty...If your children spend a large amount of time at the computer, you may wonder, are they addicted or do they simply enjoy being online?

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