Middle schoolers lead digital lives, so why not make sure they do it safely? Credit: Getty Images In the middle school years, teens begin social networking, creating and uploading comments (blogs, videos, pictures), downloading music a...Teens are using the Internet to express themselves and to experiment anonymously with different identities.
Tracking and profiling kids online -- and selling their information to advertisers and data brokers -- has quickly become widespread. Credit: Getty Images
Digital life has lots of benefits -- online tracking isn't one of them.Our o...Digital life has lots of benefits -- online tracking isn't one of them.
A Disney-owned company has agreed to pay $3 million for violating Federal Trade Commission rules. Credit: Getty Images
Children were ratted out by Mickey Mouse? Donald Duck is a stool pigeon?Well, maybe not directly, but Atlantic M...Disney-owned company cops to providing kids' personal information.
When you see your kids glued to the computer screen for hours on end, you probably can't help but wonder what they could possibly be doing for so long. And, with so much dangerous activity lurking on the Internet, you might be a bit concerned, a...New York moms share some tips on how they ensure their kids are using the Internet safely.
June is National Safety Month, Mom. Are your children safe? Although you can't control everything that happens, there are lots of things you can do to prepare your children for emergency and make your home and yard safe for play this summer. Take ...
A new study released yesterday suggests that the typical online predator is not who you might think. Rather than an adult posing as a teen in order to gain kids' trust, online sexual predators are often adults who make their intentions quite clear to...
As our friends over at That's Fit point out, there is very little to surprise in the results of the National Poll on Children's Health. The poll, conducted in March for the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, asked a nationally re...
I know the Internet can be a dangerous place. But let's stop it with all the boogie-monster scare tactics. Just because you write about yourself online, it does not mean you're going to be recognized in real-life by dozens of creepy perverts. That's ...
As someone who's part of the last generation that wasn't connected throughout my childhood via blogs and social networking sites, I've often wondered how today's kids will navigate their lives as adults with so much personal information accessible to...
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