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Safer Internet Day: new research on the challenges of parenting in the digital age

Parenting is full of challenges and often a balancing act between allowing our children the freedom to explore, experience and learn, and keeping them safe at the same time. Our increasingly connected world adds to this complexity, and parents aren’t wrong to have some genuine concerns when it comes to their child’s technology use and […]

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Majority of American teens say they are cyberbullied, Pew study finds

A majority of American teenagers say they have been bullied or harassed online, and teenage girls are more likely to be targeted for certain types of cyberbullying, according to a comprehensive new study from the Pew Research Center.

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Musical.ly and Tik-Tok: Apps to watch out for

Back to school is an exciting time of year. As I prep for the back-to-school season, I usually take inventory of what my child already has and needs for the upcoming year.  My prep involves going through clothing to see what still fits, figuring out which school supplies can be reused and also what new […]

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#EndBullying | The power of one mother

Carol Todd lost her daughter to cyberbullying. In the wake of that devastating tragedy, Carol founded the Amanda Todd Legacy Society, a foundation that creates awareness on the dangers of cyberbullying and educates youth on internet safety.

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