Learn about online safety issues for children and teens
so you can educate and protect your family.
Video 1: Introduction
Video 2: What Are Kids Doing Online?
Video 3: Using Software and "The Talk"
Video 4: Awareness
Video 5: Rules
Video 6: Other Online Threats
Video 7: Social Networking
Video 8: Online Family Safety Resources
Read articles on Internet safety and the technology issues that have an impact on all computer users.
Stay current with timely takes on Internet safety issues and online security news.
It's happened to one of our family phones; apparently it's happened to CNET reporter Elinor Mills. Be sure you regularly check your family's mobile phones for any unexpected premium text services.
Symantec Security Response has recently discovered a new twist on an old problem for those seeking a new position. In the past, there have been scams targeting job seekers, just as there are scams targeting almost any vulnerable group (i.e. children, elderly, online daters).
Sometimes I feel like such an old fuddy duddy. Why? I don't let my 9 year old have a social networking account. I have several reasons (and fortunately my husband and I agree on them).
It's not new but after seeing a rash of click and "likejacking" scams flutter past me in my own social network, I want to remind everyone that these scams start with real looking and enticing links to view salacious, shocking, heart-warming, or unique video or photos.
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