You will be horrified and grateful to hear Susan Joyce, founder of Job-Hunt**** talk about the dangers of using the internet. Pornography is a visibly obvious issue, but more stealth problems such as identity theft and computer viruses can happen by innocently using the internet. Susan will uncover things to be aware of while looking for a job, buying a product, responding to an ad, or simply surfing. Susan is a guru on internet safety and etiquette. She has been quoted in dozens of places including the Wall Street Journal, NY Times and Time magazine. Mom Matters is 10 easy to watch anytime minutes of practical tips for more productive parenting. For more information about this and other Mom Matters episodes, visit us at www.mom-matters****
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Discover how to protect your children from the potential dangers online. Find out what type of sites they are using and who they are talking to. You can protect them if you know how.
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This stranded highway driver learns the hard way that not everyone wants to be your friend, both in the real world and on the Internet. This funny and shocking video about a car wreck has a valuable message about social internet safety. Caution: This video may not be suitable for all viewers.
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Prosper Media Group produced this video in coordination for Kentucky Child Now. It highlights the Great Kids Summits from 2009 and addresses internet safety in Kentucky, featuring interviews with Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway
Internet safety campaign by kids for kids launches in Canada
PSAs highlight cyberbullying, sharing personal information and stranger danger
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Girl Scouts of the USA and Microsoft Corp. joined forces to create LMK (text speak for “let me know”) — an online safety resource where girls are the technology experts on subjects that are often best discussed at a teen-to-teen level, like cyberbullying, predators and social networking. This girl-led campaign allows girls to share their online concerns with peer “tech-perts” about the issues that affect them while raising awareness about how to help keep girls (ages 13–17) safe while surfing the Web. In addition, parents have access to a site specifically geared to their needs, equipping them with the tools necessary to understand and act on the rapidly changing world of online safety.