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Google can automatically tell if your passwords were hacked

February 5th, 2019 happens to be Safer Internet Day, and Google is celebrating by releasing an awesome security tool that’s available right away for all Chrome browser users. What does it do?

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2018 Smart Social Campaign – free resources for schools and youth

With issues like cyberbullying, sexting and identity theft becoming more frequent, along with the fact that teenagers (and young adults) are least likely to use safe online practices despite being the heaviest users of social media, we believe it’s important to continue educating our youth on staying safe online. In support of this endeavour, we […]

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Pink Shirt Day

Pink Shirt Day is inspired by the story of two Nova Scotia teens who wore pink to school as a show of support for another student who was being bullied for wearing pink. The Pink Shirt Day movement is a powerful testament to the impact we can have when we choose to help others rise above bullying. […]

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10 Summer Travel Scams You Need to Take Seriously

Be wary when you’re ready to hit the road—scammers await and can cost you hundreds of dollars if you’re not careful. These are the most common too-good-to-be-true schemes out there, with advice on how to thwart would-be thieves.

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