par le 01-29-2013

playboy logo According to the New York times, last week a UK based regulatory authority, exposed Playboy for “failing to protect children from potentially harmful pornographic material” and slapped them with a £100,000 fine, equivalent to $160,000 USD. According to Ofcom’s investigation, Playboy wasn’t doing enough to keep underage visitors out of Playboy… En savoir plus


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par le 01-25-2013

man with gun in videogameFormer U.S Presidential candidate Ralph Nader called video game makers “electronic child molesters” last week, implying that they were at least partially to blame for the recent Newtown massacre. According to CNET, the two-time U.S. Green Party candidate made the same claim in the wake of… En savoir plus


par le 01-24-2013

My 13-year old isn’t into texting or social media yet, but if she were, I would be wise to read her messages when she wasn’t looking, at least according to Claire Perry, UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s newly appointed adviser on childhood. According to Daily Mail, Perry argues that the notion that children’s electronic messages ought to be private is… En savoir plus


par le 01-17-2013

girls using computer in classroomOften, parents think of the Internet a dangerous place for kids, and it can be. If you think that the Web in general is bad for your child, though, then you’re missing out on some of the most engaging and even educational media available for youngsters.… En savoir plus


par le 01-10-2013

mother and daughter using a laptopThere’s so much content on the Internet today that it can be overwhelming and even scary for parents of kids who are venturing onto the Web. While you may want to err on the side of caution and ban your kid from the Internet… En savoir plus


par le 01-03-2013

When parents think about the dangers of the Internet, their thoughts usually turn to cyberbullying, online predators, and inappropriate web content. There are other dangers lurking behind the screen, however, and they could be just as dangerous to your child’s wellbeing and future. If your child’s online privacy and/or reputation is compromised, there could be… En savoir plus


par le 12-20-2012

Students at school's computer labTechnology has changed almost every aspect of our lives over the last decade or so, and school is no exception. With Smartboards, video conferencing, and in some cases, even individual laptops for each student, learning has never been more interactive! This is a great thing for… En savoir plus


par le 12-13-2012

father and son looking at laptop togetherAs a parent, one of the most important parts of your job is to keep your kids safe. In the 21st century, this task can be especially challenging since you not only have to keep your kids safe in the “real” world,… En savoir plus


par le 12-07-2012

boy doing homework with laptopTypically, when you hear about kids and the Internet, the conversation turns to the dangers of online predators, risk of Internet addiction, and other such threats. There is an upside to the technology that the Internet affords young users, however. Not convinced? Consider these three positive… En savoir plus