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How do you define cyberbullying? An internet safety expert reveals cyberbullying facts and ways to stop cyberbullying.
Parents, children, and school administrators can take steps to prevent cyberbullying before it starts or becomes worse. Here are practical steps to stop cyberbullying.
Identity theft cases are becoming more common, especially among kids. Get the facts about child identity theft to protect your little one's personal information.
Safeguard your child's future by learning how to stop identity theft before it happens.
Technology has changed all of our lives, and there's no turning back. Experts from the Child Mind Institute suggest ways to keep children healthy and safe.
You can't turn off all electronic devices for good, but there is plenty that parents can do to keep kids safe online.
Protect your child from unwanted bullies in cyberspace. See the tools that will guard your kid's online safety.
The touch-screen generation is diving into the digital world, so you need to be prepared.
From Webkinz to e-mail and homework that requires Internet research, kids today live in a wired world. Teach them how to use the Web wisely.
Your child is clamoring to get her hands on your cell phone or iPad so she can play games -- or learn her letters. Whether you want to embrace or escape our high-tech world, you can help your kid find the right balance.
Identify which kind of bullying your child may be experiencing.
Sadly, the majority of children who've been victims of sexual abuse never tell on their own, so it's up to us to spot the warning signs.