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How to Stop Cyberbullying with Parental Controls

1 in 3 Internet users are youths. They have a wider access to the Web than any generation before, and with that, the potential for online cyberbullying has also become greater. With everything being online now - talking, texting, showing pictures - the platform for bullying has increased…

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How to Enable Parental Controls on an iPhone

Are you concerned about your child’s technology habits and feel like you need to step in without being too obtrusive? One really nice thing about Apple software is that it has vast parental control capabilities. On an iPhone, you can manage access in two easy ways: through turning…

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Spotting the Signs: Is Your Child Being Cyberbullied?

As cyberbullying has emerged with the development of technology, for many parents, it may feel a bit like uncharted territory. On many difficult topics, We often relate to our children by similar experiences during our childhood. However, due to its recent appearance, cyberbullying is likely not something you…

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7 Tips on Setting Cell Phone Rules with Your Child

Only 12 percent of children ages 13 to 17 don’t have (or have access to) a cell phone, according to the Pew Research Center. Whoa! That means more kids than not either have their own mobile phone or have access to mom and dad’s. If your child is…

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Tips on Child Abduction Prevention

When it comes to talking to our children about the dangers of being abducted and how to remain safe, it’s important to understand that setting fear into their hearts is not the right way to go about it. Proper prevention methods will ensure that your child is not…

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5 Popular Apps Among Teens to Keep Track Of

The smartphone has been in the spotlight for a few years now with its internet capabilities, built-in-camera, and many other “smart” features. Whether you are Team Apple or Team Samsung, there is a smartphone for you. However, with a smartphone, one receives great responsibility in picking out the…

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What the Statistics Say About Cyber Bullying

According to McAfee’s, “2014 Teens and the Screen study: Exploring Online Privacy, Social Networking and Cyberbullying,” 52% of students have reported having experienced some form of cyberbullying.  Of these, 20% experience electronic harassment on a regular basis. 87% of young respondents have witnessed cyberbullying.  This is a staggering…

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Facts: How Common is Cyber Bullying Among Teenagers?

Bullying is a form of aggressive behaviour geared toward intimidation and forceful influence on an individual or group to do or feel as the bully wants.  It may also be used to establish one’s rank in a social hierarchy.  Bullying spans all ages; but, it is better perceived…

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