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The Tech-Wise Family

Making conscientious choices about technology in our families is more than just using internet filters and determining screen time limits for our children. It's about developing wisdom, character and courage in the way we use digital media rather...

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What's Under Your Tree?

Do you really know what's under your Christmas tree?  Many parents, with no intention of harm, will gift their children their first laptop, tablet or phone without equipping them with the tools needed to prepare for the online world....

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Take Care with Chromebooks

Now that the school year is officially in full swing, we are seeing just how different this year is going to be. Technology is much more prevalent, whether students are in the classroom or distance learning. Chromebooks are commonly distributed to...

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Netflix Updates Parental Controls

  Netflix has been widely criticized for inappropriate content on the platform, coupled with inadequate parental controls. Recently, however, Netflix made a significant dent in the effectiveness of these controls. Here's what has...

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New to Netflix: Sex, Explained

In 2018, Netflix teamed up with Vox to produce Explained, a documentary web television series that attempted to explain different issues in an intelligent yet entertaining way. This show is controversial at best, but their 2020 spin-off takes...

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New to Netflix: Sex Education

With series like Elite, Baby, Rain, Big Mouth and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Netflix has enticed teens into watching shows centered on teen prostitution rings, pornography, hookups, and more. On January 11, Netflix's new...

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Initiating Change & Combating Pornography

Accessing pornography is increasingly easy due to technology. The statistics can be overwhelming. Over 40 million Americans are regular visitors to pornography websites. There are 42 million pornography websites totaling 370...

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Talking with the Parents of Your Child's Friend Viewing Pornography

Jen Ferguson found herself in a difficult circumstance. Her daughter, a sixth grader at the time, was working on a collaborative project with a friend at school and clicked the wrong tab on her friends computer which led to pornography. Jen and...

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Keeping Your Family Safe on the Internet For Free

Protect Young Eyes recently released an article detailing how you can block pornography on your family's devices free of charge. According to the article, understanding the Domain Name System (DNS) is crucial to leveraging a DNS server's...

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What is School Surveillance Software?

Children returning to school this year are more likely than ever to be given an electronic device such as a laptop or tablet. While the Children's Internet Protection Act requires pubic schools to filter inappropriate content, some administrators want...

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