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Archive for March, 2011


David Schwimmer’s “Trust” Profiles the Nightmare Scenario for Parents

A new film directed by David Schwimmer portrays the dangerous scenario of young girls getting sucked into an on-line relationship with an internet predator. In “Trust” the predator “grooms” his 14-year-old victim Annie, played by Liana Liebrato, into a trusting on-line romance with Charlie, a boy she believes is 16, but who is actually a […]

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Parenthood’s 12 Tips for Parents and Facebook

These points are from a fabulous article that appeared on Parenthood recently that is very well-sourced and brings up some excellent points. Please read that article too. Kids need help understanding life on-line. Sometimes they may think they are being funny or horsing around but their actions can have long-term effects including denial of college […]

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Facebook Sharing Your Kids’ and Your Address and Phone Number with Strangers?

A quiet announcement late last month has left the future of Facebook in question. While it has become ubiquitous in many people’s daily behavior, once your personal information is let go to anyone who asks, it might be time to start thinking about how much you really like your Facebook page. According to a recent […]

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Enough is Enough Helps Parents Protect Their Kids from Predators

Enough is Enough (EIE) is one of the oldest internet safety websites. It’s been around since 1994 to help make the internet safer for children and their parents. It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and the website is beautifully simple: www.enough.org. The organization was founded by Dee Jepsen, wife of Roger Jepsen a former Senator from […]

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