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Cyberbullying and Your Child

While cyberbullying isn't talked about as much as it used to be, it is still an incredibly prominent issue for young people today. According to a 2018 Pew Research study, 59% of American teens have been bullied or harassed online, and more...

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Chromebook Removed from Dirty Dozen List

This past Summer, Google Chromebook worked hard to clean up their standard safety settings. Due to changes that went into effect on September 1, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation officially removed Google Chromebook from their 2021...

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New Movieguide Podcast

In 1985, Dr. Ted Baehr and his wife, Lili Baehr, founded Movieguide in Altanta, Georgia in hopes of cultivating a better media landscape for their children and future generations. Since that time, Moveguide has hosted radio shows, a...

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Listen: "Like My Father"

  American singer-songwriter, Jax, released a song this summer about her parents and how they've influenced and shaped...

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Summer Bucket List

Now that Independence Day is behind us, only half the summer season remains! Planning for an intentional end of summer is a great investment for your family. Download a free, printable Summer Family Bucket List template and start...

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Porn-Proof Your Family

Pornography is the most dangerous, addictive and destructive content that is widely available in almost every home in the US, accessible through computers, smartphones and televisions. Not only is it addicting and destructive to brain chemistry, it...

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Keeping Your Kids & Babysitters Safe Online

Many families rely on babysitters more during the busy summer months. As babysitters are coming into your home, it is important to take a few steps to best protect against dangerous technology entering into your home.   Make a Tech Plan for...

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Netflix, Play Something

Since April, Netflix has been testing the Play Something feature on millions of users. This feature allows users to let Netflix's algorithm automatically pick something to watch based on what is on that user's watchlist. While this...

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Communicating Digital Citizenship With Teens

As the Supreme Court prepares to issue a ruling in the case Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L., students, parents and school districts alike have their eyes on the precedent that will be set regarding free speech. The case sprang into action...

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Preparing Your Child For College

As a student prepares to leave for college, it is common for parents to worry about their son or daughter being on their own for the first time. Once your student leaves for college, it can become one of the most challenging times as a...

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