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Things to Do to Stop a Cyber Bully

by Barbara J. Feldman January 16, 2010

Bullying in any form is difficult to deal with, especially when you are a child. However, a cyber bully can feel like a greater threat because they can hide behind their computer screen so you don’t know who they are or where they are. In addition, cyber bullying can take on many forms, including threatening […]

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The Evolution of Cybercrime in Growing Children

by Barbara J. Feldman February 24, 2009

Children are a lot smarter than we always give them credit for. This is especially true when it comes to technological issues. Few could argue that they know more about the Internet, computers or cell phones, than their children do. Changing times have called for an increased awareness in how your kids’ extensive knowledge of […]

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A Summary of Cybercrime Research Findings

by Barbara J. Feldman February 19, 2009

Fifteen years ago the Internet, or the World Wide Web as some still call it, was just catching on. People were learning to use the Internet on their computers; computers that ten years previous only existed on a scale that would be considered ridiculous in today’s standards. A lot has happened with the Internet in […]

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Safe And Fun Online Chatting

by Barbara J. Feldman August 28, 2007

Chat rooms are popular places for a reason. It is a lot of fun to chat with friends and to stay in contact with people that you would not otherwise be able to communicate with. Chat rooms are great places to connect with other people who have the same interests as you. Some even find […]

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