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Ireland welcomes Cyber-Bullying website Ask.fm to its capital

ASK..com the parent company of ASK.FM have revealed that they will be opening their head office in Dublin to handle all the HQ duties of a social network site that is known for. ASK.FM hit the headlines a few years ago with links to the deaths of teenagers Ciara Pugsley, Erin Gallagher and Shannon Gallagher… Read More »

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Did your naked selfies go viral?

AS the news hit the media, on the amount of celebrities whose personal lives were no longer private, due to a hacking breakdown on Apple iCloud services, people everywhere are worrying about their personal iCloud platforms. iCloud is a service that is provided to Apple customers who want to upload their photos, contacts and videos… Read More »

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How to Prevent Internet Bullying in Teens

Learning that your teenager has been the target of bullies is both heartbreaking and infuriating. The discovery that your child is party to the torment and agony of a classmate, however, can be even worse. No parent wants to believe that a child they’ve raised could be so cruel, but the truth is that bullying… Read More »

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Internet Explorer exploit left users in limbo

 Brought to you by Niall Mulrine, www.PcClean.ie and www.CyberSafetyAdvice.com   Since April 2014, we have been listening to Microsoft and other third party software vendors warning us of the dangers on Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003 vulnerabilities of security. Believe or not, up to 30% of computer users in the World are still using… Read More »

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Teachers victims to children’s cyber-bullying tactics

When we hear of children being involved in bullying, whether its offline bullying or cyber-bullying, we automatically think of them bullying other children. A recent survey in the UK, has found that teachers are at the helm of their students bullying tactics online 27% of abusive cyber-bullying comments coming from parents A survey carried out,… Read More »

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