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Philip Alpert, sexting, cyberbullying

Sexting may prevent job opportunities for teenagers

  Sexting is a taboo subject that makes teens laugh and adults blush. Why? It’s not that it is something seedy as the name suggests nor is it anything funny by ways teenagers react. If we cannot understand what it means, ask a teenager and they will quickly give the low-down to us. But how… Read More »

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Three Things Parents Can Do To Minimize The Risk for Summer Cyberbullying

Cyberbullies don’t take the summer off. With more time on their hands to engage in social media, here are a few prevention tips for parents to use as “dinner conversation” with their kids to identify and prevent certain types of cyberbullying tactics this summer. Photos: “Pays To Be Paranoid”: So many adults are like “Eghhh… Read More »

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SnapKidz-New App from makers of SnapChat

Brought to you by Niall Mulrine, www.PcClean.ie and www.CyberSafetyAdvice.com Snapchat for children was launched 22nd June 2013, to cater for the younger audience who craved for the app but the age restriction blocked them from downloading. This only occurred if the child was “truthful” about their age in the first instance. The app called SnapKidz… Read More »

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Are u surrounded by 2much txt mgs?

People are now accustomed to the short hand text messages they open on their phones, emails and websites. But how did all this begin? Professional people used short hand writing for years and some of us may only remember watching the movies where secretaries took dictation notes in shorthand so they could later type it… Read More »

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