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Keeping Teens Safe on Social Networks and Mobile Phones

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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 inappropriate content for the whole world to see. College admissions officers and job employers are using social networking tools like Facebook and Google search to learn about their applicant's private lives that are public and easy to find. Join safety and security expert Hemanshu Nigam of SSPBlue and Chief Safety Mom Denise Terry of SafetyWeb for an exciting parent-focused show on how to keep tweens and teens safe on social networks. The dangers are not just about preventing cyberbullying and suicide, as evidenced by recent media stories, but also keeping kids safe from their own unwise actions online. SafetyWeb helps parents monitor their children proactively to avoid reputation damage to future college and job prospects, and also be alerted IF cyberbullying threats appear to be directed at their child's online personas. Get practical tips for keeping your child's privacy, safety and reputation intact while allowing them to connect online through responsible use of technology.

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