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SafetyWeb

Safe Social Networking for Parents and Teens Online

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SafetyWeb is the leading online monitoring and Web-based safety application for parents. We monitor the Web 24/7 to watch out for your child's online activity to protect their privacy and online reputation from harm.

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Featured guest Jack McArtney, Manager of Content Standards at Verizon Wireless, has contributed to the introduction of Verizon Safeguards and numerous parental control products and services for Verizon Wireless customers. He... more

Featured guest, “Mary” will share the pain and suffering her family and daughter, “Lisa”, suffered at the hands of a bully turned cyberbully. Mary and Lisa’s story is not unlike many other stories – we will learn about how much pain a single... more

Featured guest Brent Olson, Asst. Vice President of Public Policy at AT&T, who oversees online safety public policy issues, will discuss the safety challenges facing the ever-growing wireless industry and what parents can do to help... more

Featured guest Marsali Hancock is President of IKeepSafe, www.ikeepsafe.org, whose goal is to ensure that generations of the world’s children grow up safely using technology and the Internet. Join host Hemanshu Nigam (Hemu), Internet... more

Featured guest, Stephen Balkam is the founding CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute, an international organization whose aim is to identify and promote best practice, tools and methods in the field of online safety. Joins host Hemanshu... more

Featured guest Donna Rice Hughes, President and Chairman of Enough Is Enough (EIE), is an Internet safety expert, author, and respected leader of national efforts to protect children online. Joins host Hemanshu Nigam (Hemu),... more

Parents, get the latest on Internet safety, Facebook and more! Learn how to talk about online safety, privacy and reputation with your kids before your child makes mistakes online or exposes information that can endanger their privacy or... more

From cyberbullying to teen sexting, parents of teens today are faced with technology challenges that our parents never had to deal with. Teens are friending strangers on Facebook and other sites, posting private and sometimes... more
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