Archive for January, 2010
Why do we feel invincible while online? Is it because we have a sense of anonymity or we feel safe because we are online in the comfort of our homes? Whatever the reasons may be, we cannot be lulled into a feeling of security. Kids, especially teenagers, think that whatever they do online will never come back to bite them. From giving out too much information to strangers to posting pictures of themselves that they think nobody else will see, they are increasingly putting themselves in danger. So how do we prevent this from happening?
First off, I would like to More >
Believe it or not, social networking safety used to be easy. You put your computer in a high traffic area. As a parent you monitor what your kids are doing and saying online. Or just take away internet privileges from your kid’s altogether.
There is a bigger problem at hand now. And it is growing at a cancerous rate. The problem? You. The adult, the parent, the guardian. More and more adults are turning to social networking like Facebook and online dating sites every day. Our false sense of security is draining our money and breaking our hearts.
It seems that the More >