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Tag: "youtube safety"

Video Guide: How to Set Up YouTube Safety Mode

Video Guide: How to Set Up YouTube Safety Mode

| October 7, 2011 | Comments (9)

Like Google SafeSearch, which you can learn to enable here, YouTube’s Safety Mode does a great job of filtering out videos that some parents may consider inappropriate for their children. Thankfully, YouTube already does a fairly good job of removing any inappropriate content on the site. But with the millions of videos being uploaded and viewed […]

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Another Reason to Install YouTube Safety Mode

Another Reason to Install YouTube Safety Mode

| December 15, 2010 | Comments (0)

49-year-old David Rock, a sex offender on YouTube who has 102,000 subscribers on his channel, Davidsfarm, was just recently “booted off” YouTube. An article in the Toronto Sun pointed out that back in the early 90s, Rock was convicted of several sexual assaults on teenage boys. He pleaded guilty to seven, and four more were […]

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i-Dosing: Is it a Drug or Just a Concerning Phase?

i-Dosing: Is it a Drug or Just a Concerning Phase?

| July 22, 2010 | Comments (2)

WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT Honestly parents, I don’t know what to think about this.  It’s enough to worry about sexual predators, identity thieves, and cyberbullies attacking and targeting our children, but i-Dosing is something that kids are doing on their own.  That said, what “i-dosers” are doing is getting high off of certain types of MP3s, […]

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