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  • Safer Internet Day 2012

    February 7, 20120 Comments

    Browsing the Internet responsibly is one of the biggest challenges in avoiding unwanted content. The Internet is used more and more each day by anyone from kids to adults, and the problem lies in the lack of information on how to use the Internet properly.   There are many things one needs to know before…

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  • Helping Your Child Say No to Cyber-Threats

    May 17, 20110 Comments

    Wouldn’t it be nice if you could hire a personal guard for your child?  This guard would go with her to school, to her friends’ houses, shopping, to sports practices or concerts.  This guard would sit with her while she did her homework and browsed the web, and this guard would look over texts and…

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  • Keeping Cyber Predators Away from Your Kids

    May 17, 20110 Comments

    Imagine that the internet is a big pond.  This is a great resource for you and your family; the water can be used for everything from filtering and drinking, fishing, and transportation, to playing and splashing.  But there is also bound to be some pond scum; that gross pea-soup colored algae that muddy up the…

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  • Extending Your Child’s Innocence

    May 17, 20110 Comments

    Is the world inherently less safe than it was a generation ago, or two?  Most of today’s parents would argue that, yes, this is certainly the case.  Instead of worrying about our children when they walk out the door or go to a friend’s house, we must also worry about what comes into our homes…

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Safer Internet Day 2012

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Browsing the Internet responsibly is one of the biggest challenges in avoiding unwanted content. The Internet is used more and more each day by anyone from kids to adults, and the problem lies in the lack of information on how to use the Internet properly.   There are many things [...] Read more...

Extending Your Child’s Innocence

May 17, 2011, under Uncategorized Leave a comment
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Is the world inherently less safe than it was a generation ago, or two?  Most of today’s parents would argue that, yes, this is certainly the case.  Instead of worrying about our children when they walk out the door or go to a friend’s house, we must also worry about [...] Read more...

Maintaining Your Child’s Age in Time

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A few generations ago, parents wanted to shield their children from the dangers and adult influence of rock and roll.  A hundred years ago, parents probably worried that automobiles would surely lead to the downfall of youth.  Today, we worry about the various “e-risks” to which our children are exposed [...] Read more...

Maintain Your Child’s Innocence

May 17, 2011, under Uncategorized Leave a comment
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Kids grow too fast; every parent who has snuggled with a tiny infant one day and then watched her go off to school the next knows this. And this is the way it should be; our children grow and develop, flying off on their own when they’re ready. But researchers, [...] Read more...