One of the things we ConnectSafely folk often say to parents asking us about online safety measures is, first and foremost, “Talk with your kids.” We say that for a number of reasons, the chief one being that there is no single safety measure – whether it’s a rule or parental-control tool – that’s right […]
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Co-chair blogs about the OSTWG’s report to Congress, “Youth Safety on a Living Internet,” June 4, 2010.
It’s called the Cyberbullying Prevention Act of 2009, but some are calling it the “Censorship Act of 2009.” The bill, introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA), “is designed to prevent cyberbullying, making it punishable by a fine and up to two years in prison,” FOXNews.com reports. One critic of the […]