The BackPage lawsuit could have a major effect on sex trafficking. The ruling in the case could also have a huge impact on free speech in the online world.
Teens often seek social networks considered to be the “no parent zone.” Cyberbullying is still prevalent on the world wide web and teens are often the victim. Cyberbullying conflicts are also carried into offline altercations.
A dangerous game called “Eraser Challenge” has gone viral and is fast becoming popular with teenagers.
There are entire media sites devoted to helping us enhance our social reach. There are some basic social etiquette rules that are a good idea be followed both online and offline.
It’s no secret that from cyberbullies to online stalkers and predators, teens face an increasing range of online threats. What can parents do to help their teens protect themselves online?
We may have to simply look at it as a place to get information that has to be confirmed elsewhere. In fact, I would say that is a good policy to have anywhere on the Internet.
Will cloud computing replace the hard drive, the flash drive and the DVD drive? It might. Google laptops and iPads don’t have hard drives, and similar technology is coming down the pipeline. Tech writers like Jeremy A. Kaplan of FoxNews.com believe that physical drives will soon be obsolete, and artists, scrapbook fanatics and photographers are …
How can you tell the fake friends from the real thing? Well, I can’t help you with that in real life but there are a few tips you can use to to test your friends before they become your “BFF.”
Facebook decided to do away with the option of hiding yourself from the site’s search feature because they claim that only a small percentage of people use this option. What exactly is a small percentage to a company that sees literally billions of users each day? It could be thousands, if not millions, of users that wanted to protect their privacy.
The argument that civil liberties advocates use is that social media is becoming an indispensable freedom of speech.