Tag Archives: social networks

Facebook, Project RockiT and Headspace launch “Be Bold, Stop Bullying”

Love it or hate it, 55% of Australians use Facebook (not to mention other social networking sites). ABC radio recently reported that 1 in every 4 users of social networking sites is exposed to some form of abusive behaviour while … Continue reading

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What’s Really Going on Out There

PC Magazine recently published this eye-opening infographic on the types and numbers of activities that take place on-line in a mere 60 seconds. The statistics are staggering and fascinating (they will also change dramatically in the near future). And while it … Continue reading

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Educational Resource for Social Networking Sites and Legal Liability

We often focus on the safety issues of online activities but for young people there are also legal risks they need to be aware of . Often young users do not understand what they have agreed to when they click … Continue reading

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Social Media: Helping to Connect Families

“Connecting Generations” is a new research study that was carried out by Microsoft and AARP (non-profit organisation representing older Americans). They surveyed and then used focus groups to ask more than 2000 teens, adults and older adults  –  Are online … Continue reading

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