To Clarify My Position on Social Network Gaming

My previous blog post that addressed the issues of online gaming in social networking sites, more specifically Facebook, might have had a more negative vibe than I originally intended.  To be clear, I am not against people playing these games,…

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Victims of Human Trafficking Lured via Facebook

There is yet another safety concern we need to have about Facebook, according to this CBC News article. Social networking sites are prime territory for finding young women to lure in to human trafficking via empty promises. Calgary police, the…

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New Survey on Parents and Online Safety

As reported by U.S. News & World Report, parents have a variety of concerns when it comes to the safety of their kids while surfing the web. But there is some disparity between the percentages of concerned parents and percentage of…

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Stranger-Gamer Danger

Moms and dads – the worry doesn’t just rest at the doorsteps of social networking sites. Online games seem to attract those that intend our kids harm. As reported by Aaron Diamant for Todaystmj4.com, “Sex predators have a new hunting…

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Secure the Other Door to Your Home from Predators

I recently read the article Internet Opens a Door for Predators in the Sharon, Pennsylvania newspaper “The Herald.” The title caught my eye, as you’ve probably heard me make a similar analogy in the past. While you would never open the…

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