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The Jacksonville shooting: how to keep kids safe at school

This Valentines Day, the world was scared and shocked by the sinister and cowardly act of the deadliest school massacres, carried out at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida. A total of 17 people were killed, and 17 more were wounded by the Nikolas Cruz, 19-year-old expelled former student. Twelve of his victims were found inside the school, two were shot outside, two others died in the hospital, and one person was killed outside the school campus. ¬† Read more “The Jacksonville shooting: how to keep kids safe at school”

Parental warning: your kid`s webcam can be hacked

It may be hard to believe, but somebody can be watching your kids, even without their realizing. ¬†Nowadays, the computer with a low level of security can open a door into your kid` life to a malicious hacker. Once a hacker has watched a kid for a long time, the chances that they will try to blackmail them with something they’ve seen are very high. So how you can tell if your kid`s webcam is hacked? And what should you do to protect your kid online? Read more “Parental warning: your kid`s webcam can be hacked”

Is Facebook safe for kids? Everything parents need to know about it

Is Facebook safe for kids?

Kids catch up the latest technology lightning very fast. With an access to the Internet, they can easily find any piece of information or get an answer to all their questions only in few minutes. Besides, using such social networks as Facebook, they can stay in touch with their friends even if they are far away. But is Facebook for kids completely safe? Sure no. Read more “Is Facebook safe for kids? Everything parents need to know about it”

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