Stranger Danger Doesn’t Work In The Real World or Online World

Stranger Danger Doesn’t Work In The Real World Or On-line World   Recently I have been reading articles on-line from some experts who say that parents should be teaching on-line stranger danger given the risks of on-line predation.  As an online safety advocate, child safety advocate and a law enforcement professional I can share with

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Do We Need More Federal Laws In Canada To Deal With Cyber Bullying

Do We Need More Federal Laws In Canada To Deal With Cyber Bullying No….. We Need A More Streamlined Legal Process   With the current events taking place here in Canada surrounding the dire consequences of cyber-bullying/digital peer aggression, I am watching with great interest the comments, by some, about the need for more laws

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Internet and Social Media Safety Training

Internet and Social Media Safety Training  “For Profit” vs “Not For Profit” Programs Is One Better Than The Other Traveling throughout North America, I have met many “for profit” and “not for profit” businesses, organizations and societies that are delivering excellent Internet and Social Media safety and digital literacy/citizenship training to both youth and adults.

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Time to Change

For those who don’t follow security related news here is a quick summery of happenings over the past few months. Things are being hacked, and this is not an exaggeration. Companies such as Apple, New York Times, Facebook, Twitter, and Evernote have seen a recent increase in unauthorized remote access to customer information and login

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I’ve Been Watching You

For several years now, I have been speaking to the issue that computer based web cams can be covertly hacked remotely, and anything captured by the cam can be recorded and used for a crime like extortion or identity theft. I have had parents, students, teachers, law enforcement and even some on-line safety experts say

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