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Cyberbullying Tips to Help Stop Cyberbullying A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying The Parent, Educator & Youth Guide to LGBTQ Cyberbullying Passwords & Other Authentication Tools Tips for Strong, Secure Passwords and Other Authentication Tools...
New Tool Helps Young People Remove Explicit Online Images

New Tool Helps Young People Remove Explicit Online Images

Take it Down video from Nat’l Center for Missing & Exploited Children by Larry Magid This post first appeared in the Mercury News Non-Consensual sharing of intimate images (NCII) can be devastating no matter what the victim’s age. But any sharing of nude or...
Quick-Guide to Teen Sexting

Quick-Guide to Teen Sexting

Download Quick Guide (PDF) What is sexting? “Sexting” usually refers to the sharing of nude or semi-nude and sexually provocative photos via mobile phones, but it can happen on other devices and the web. First of all, research shows most teens don’t engage in...
Educators — Create a Safer Internet Day Program for Your School

Educators — Create a Safer Internet Day Program for Your School

Educators throughout the United States are invited to create their own Safer Internet Day program for use in their community during the second week of February. Safer Internet Day is February 7, but your program can run any day that week. Safer Internet Day is a...
Online Risks and Links to Resources on How to Manage Them

Online Risks and Links to Resources on How to Manage Them

Topics on the page IntroductionRisk categories and resourcesCyberbullyingHarassmentCyberstalkingInappropriate contentReputation management  Misinformation and media literacyHate speechSecurityScamsMalwareSelf-harm and suicidePersonal privacyData...