Monthly Archives: October 2011

Honest Reflections from Teens that may Shock You…

10 teenagers reflect openly and honestly about how Facebook effects their lives…… “I feel sad, depressed, jealous, or whatever when I don’t get a lot of “Likes” on my photo or when someone else gets way more Likes than me. Honestly, I’m … Continue reading

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Free Community Seminar

Leading Your Kids on the Cyber Express – Presented by Dianne Taylor You are invited to this FREE seminar for adults designed to help parents take control of their children’s internet behaviour. Wednesday 16 November 2011, 7.00pm The Centenary Centre … Continue reading

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Mobile Phone Licence for Teens – Could it Work?

“Queensland students will have to get a ‘licence’ to take mobile phones to school if a state government -commissioned report on cyber-bullying is accepted. The idea is among a dozen recommendations by anti-bullying expert Dr Michael Carr-Gregg and handed to … Continue reading

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They are Never Too Young

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Teens’ identities stolen via Social Networks!

This newspaper report highlights that children are the new targets for identity theft.  It warns that, “A child who posts basic details about their lives on Facebook, such as their date of birth, school, name, email and photographs, are providing … Continue reading

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