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The nation's leading independent nonprofit advocating for kids is a place for teens and their parents to learn safe, civil and responsible use of the Internet. It’s operated by technology journalist Larry Magid who also operates and is co-director of

Today’s teens have a knowledge of the Internet that often surpasses that of their parents. Because so many teens are Internet savvy, it is imperative that they also have an understanding of the dangers that exist online and how to deal with them.

There's no such thing as 'deleted' on the internet.

This video by Commoncraft explains the long term risks of sharing inappropriate information online.


Say NO


Cyber Bullying

  • NO Cyberbullying
  • Stop cyber bullying
    Cyberbullying is a relatively recent phenomenon that occurs when someone is harassed, humiliated, or threatened by another person using the Internet or a cell phone. Despite their benefits, these technologies make us vulnerable to bullying anywhere and at any time - through them, the bully can follow us home.
  • Cyberbullying - an Introduction
    Cyberbullying is just as harmful as bullying in the real world. If you see it happening, report it. Don't ignore it.
  • A Thin Line - Take Control
  • Schools Call Police
    Schools are asking police to investigate serious student cyber bullying amid increasing complaints from parents about their children receiving hate messages online.
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