Monthly Archives: June 2012

A young girl’s self-esteem is directly related to her online behavior – Keeping Kids Safe Online

It is 100% clear that a girl’s self-esteem is directly related to her online behavior. As I travel the world speaking with parents about Internet Safety, they tend to overlook the “non- technical” piece to the equation.  Many wonder why … Continue reading

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Skout: Online flirting site for teens – 3 adults charged with rape – Keeping Kids Safe Online

Skout is an online flirting site and app for teens…take a minute and let that sink in! I can’t believe I’m using the words “teens” and “flirting” in the same sentence. Unfortunately three adults have been charged with the rape … Continue reading

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Video Game Safety – Keeping Kids Safe Online

In my video blog I share the unfortunate story of a young boy who was lured into a chat room by an online predator. Statistics show that 97% of children between the ages of 12 – 17 play some type … Continue reading

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Two 15-year-old girls charged with “pimping.” – Keeping Kids Safe Online

Two 15-year old girls have been charged with “pimping” after forcing three teens into prostitution. The girls met online and moved the activity offline. Parent’s can purchase all of the software monitoring tools in the world, but nothing works better … Continue reading

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Google+ and Teens – Keeping Kids Safe Online

Google+ has rolled out the welcome mat for teens, but as parents you still want to make sure you have a full understanding of what that means for your child. When Google launched Google+ in 2010 it was for adults … Continue reading

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