Online Predation Agree to Disagree To A Point

Before I get into the meat and potatoes of this Blog post, I would like you to read the following article written by “David Finkelhor”, Director of the Crimes against Children Research Center in the United States: https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2016/02/12/banning-apps-wont-protect-kids-from-predators-theyre-in-danger-offline-too/ I support and love articles that use peer reviewed statistical research as the base for their opinion/argument,

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Bullying and Journalistic Willful Blindness

I read with great interest an October 29 2013 article written in the Globe and Mail by author Margaret Wente called, “Are bullying laws even helping” which can be located at http://m.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/bullying-laws-arent-helping/article15123341/?service=mobile … . Although I agree with the writer’s premiss that laws will not stop bullying, they are a needed consequence in those cases where bullying,

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What Social Networks/Apps Are Trending WIth BC Youth (2013)

What Social Networks and App’s Are Trending With B.C. Youth (2013)   Last year I published an article on our Blog called, “What Social Networks and App’s Are Trending with B.C. Youth” that can be located here: http://thedigitalsheepdog.ca/what-social-networks-and-apps-are-trending-with-b-c-youth/   In that article I stated in the last paragraph, “What’s trending today when it comes to

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Digital Dating Abuse

Most of us have heard about cyberbullying, but what about “Digital Dating Abuse”. The difference between cyberbullying and digital dating abuse; cyberbullying usually involves at least two people who don’t like one another, while digital dating abuse usually involves two people who usually like one another and are attracted or dating one another. Although different,

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