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High School Cybercrimes

by Barbara J. Feldman February 23, 2009

As you may have guessed, cybercrimes are much more prevalent for older children. High school aged kids are more involved in Internet social networks and are less supervised by their parents, these two factors alone open up the possibility for cybercrimes. In a study done by the Rochester Institute of Technology, it was found that […]

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Need to Know: To the Victim of Credit Card Fraud

by Barbara J. Feldman November 27, 2007

Few things can compare to the helplessness and personal invasion of privacy that is the result of being a victim of credit card fraud. Where privacy and personal security is so closely guarded by many of us, to become a victim can truly be both financially and emotionally devastating. Although it may be difficult to […]

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How to Set Up Your Parental Controls Using Vista

by Barbara J. Feldman June 29, 2007

Children nowadays are being exposed to things that their parents never before even experienced. The Internet has evolved so much and so quickly that many times it is hard to keep up. Older generations may have little or no knowledge whatsoever about computers or even that there are ways to protect children from online predators. […]

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Monitoring Your Child’s Computer Time with Vista

by Barbara J. Feldman June 29, 2007

Many parents have the fear that their children are doing and seeing things on the Internet that they do not approve of. Ten years ago the online problems that our children and loved ones are faced with now were miniscule. Many people feel like they do not know enough about the Internet to do anything […]

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