Internet Safety

Is your kid logging on? Setting limits on computer time can protect your kid from online predators and mature content. Let our internet safety tips guide the way.

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What to Know About the 'Devious Lick' TikTok Challenge—and Why Schools are Warning Parents
"Soap dispensers, exit signs, safety signage for fire rescue, and classroom telephones are just a few of the items that were removed and stolen this week," one school wrote in a PSA.
Is Omegle Safe for Kids? 7 Huge Red Flags for Parents
The free website Omegle lets users video chat with random strangers all over the world, which is obviously alarming for parents. Here’s what you need to know to keep your kids safe.
Is Roblox Safe for Kids?
Kids can't get enough of the video game, which now has 150 million monthly users and counting. But if you're worried about its safety, you're not alone. Here's what you need to know, according to experts.
What Is Parler and Is It Safe for Kids?
The relatively new social media platform has been growing in popularity and giving parents pause—and now it's been taken offline. Here's what you need to know about the app, as well as safety measures to take STAT, according to experts.
How to Teach Kids to Be Good Digital Citizens
Any child old enough to use a device that can access the internet needs guidance on how to navigate the digital world. Learn how to keep your kids—and their peers—safe with these lessons in digital citizenship.

More Internet Safety

Is Snapchat Safe for Kids?
From Snapchat filters to streaks, games to videos, consider this your crash course when it comes to everything your kids can do within the popular messaging app.
Screen Time Experts Say Quality Matters More Than Quantity—Especially in a Pandemic
Not all screen time is created equal, and a new report from Common Sense Media reminds parents of teens to prioritize learning and social connection when it comes to iPhone and tablet use.

I'm a Mom and a Children's Privacy Lawyer: Here's What I Do and Don't Post About My Kid Online

It's normal to worry about your child's safety online. Children's privacy lawyer Katie Goldstein shares your concerns and offers tips all parents should follow to ensure healthy internet habits.