Wednesday, November 18, 2015

What is on your child's mobile device?

"I think I have a pretty good handle on it, but I know the predators are smarter," parent Angie McKenney said.

We invited six Southwest Florida families to our studio. All of them allowed a web safety expert to go through their kids' devices.

Get the full story here:
http://www.nbc-2.com/story/30542367/what-is-on-your-childs-mobile-device

See the video below.

NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

FOSI released its latest research report, “Parents, Privacy and Technology Use”


FOSI released its latest research report, “Parents, Privacy and Technology Use” on November 17, 2015. This research was conducted by Hart Research Associates and included an online survey of 589 parents of kids ages 6 to 17, as well as 3 focus groups in suburban Philadelphia. 

Monday, November 16, 2015

NBC2 reveals what you don't know about your kid's mobile device.

Watch Dr. Sabella on NBC-2 tomorrow night at 6pm. You can ask question via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NBC2News.


TOMORROW: NBC2 reveals what you don't know about your kid's mobile device.

Posted by NBC2 News on Monday, November 16, 2015

Monday, November 9, 2015

10 tips for digital citizens’ parents


REDNATICActually, parents are digital citizens too. If they spend any time in digital spaces. At least for as long as we residents of this networked world are still putting “digital” in front of “citizenship.” I suspect that won’t be for very long, but we’re here, now, in an interesting, global discourse about what citizenship means now in an increasingly networked world – especially for youth, the people who will be running it – so let’s run with it.

Read more: http://www.netfamilynews.org/10-tips-for-digital-citizens-parents

Saturday, November 7, 2015

100 SHOTS, ONE DAY OF NOT EATING

From fashion bloggers to fitness experts to simply photogenic everyday citizens, the "Instagram celebrity" has emerged as a new branch of fame in our social media-run world. Essena O'Neill, an 18-year-old from Australia, was a regular teen who amassed half a million followers on Instagram (on top of 200,000 followers on YouTube and Tumblr and 60,000 on her Snapchat, all now inactive) with selfies, outfit posts, and #fitspo photos. After building that up, she decided last week that she was done with social media. She deleted 2000 photos, renamed her account to "Social Media Is Not Real Life," and changed the captions on existing photos with truthful anecdotes about posts she was paid for, how many tries it took to get the shot, and the pressures she felt to look perfect.

Read more:

http://www.elle.com/culture/news/a31635/essena-oneill-instagram-social-media-is-not-real-life/


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