Let’s focus on keeping kids cybersafe during this summer. Kids are out of school. Many kids are left alone a lot more during the summer than during the school year. With smart phones and tablets, there are much opportunities for children to get themselves is some sticky situations.
There are a lot of good resources out there help children stay cybersafe. Where to start? I’ve put together some links you can find helpful. I’ve written a bit on this topic so I’m including mine as well.
5 Social Media Dangers All Digital Parents Need to Look Out For
Cyber Safety – Quick Tips to Keep You Safe
Teen Cyber Safety – Keeping Teens Safe Online in a Mobile World
Teen Internet Safety – New Social Media App Threats
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There will be no Ann-Sense on Monday, July 6, 2015 due to it being a holiday weekend. While I could schedule a post, I’m not. We all need to take a break including the readers.
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