Tech-parenting from our POV
"Is it smart or sneaky for parents to have accounts on Facebook or
MySpace to monitor their children's behavior?" "I won't let my teenager
on Facebook or MySpace. Is that a mistake? Should I?" "Of the social
networks, which do you consider to be the most safe, and which do you
consider to be least safe?" Those are just a few of dozens of questions
from parents around the US my ConnectSafely.org co-director Larry Magid
and I (Anne Collier) enjoyed answering in a one-hour, live online
discussion at the Washington Post last week. It's now archived at the
Post's Web site
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- Is technology producing a decline in critical thin...
- Sending nude photos of myself is a crime? Teens su...
- INTERNET PREDATORS-DOJ'S PROJECT SAFE CHILD INITIA...
- District puts new bullying policy to work in schoo...
- Eductors - Cyber Safety for Children
- Cyberbully Video | Escobedo Library Blog
- D.C. Public Safety Podcast Features Children's Int...
- Cell Phones in American High Schools | 21st Centur...
- Majority of teens discuss risky behaviors on MySpa...
- ConnectSafely - Tips to Help Stop Cyberbullying
- bNetS@vvy: Net Savvy Parenting in the New Year: Fi...
- Porn producer leans on iPhone to lure new customer...
- Final report of the Internet Safety Technical Task...
- The Associated Press: Panel: Technology alone can'...
- Cyberbullying Package
- Parental controls in Vista
- Read this before giving kids an iPod touch
- Tech Parenting Discussion
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