Monthly Archives: August 2011

Web Browsers and Security Bugs

Everyone uses web browsers to surf the net and view website content. We trust Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome to find and take us to the sites we need, but how safe are they really? Stay Smart Online (an Australian … Continue reading

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Preview movie trailer: Tagged

One of the most effective ways to educate youth and parents on cybersafety issues is via visual media. ACMA’s Cybersmart program has recently released a trailer for their newest short film, Tagged. From: When a group of high-school friends post … Continue reading

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Teens, Sexting and the Sex Offenders List

While sharing suggestive images or text messages may seem like innocent flirting or be funny for young people, sexting can have serious social and legal consequences. To help protect their image both online and offline, young people need to consider … Continue reading

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