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Q&A: The startup that's using AI to protect children online Special

Many parents worry about what their children might stumble across online. L1ght is an anti-toxicity startup using AI to detect and filter harmful online content to protect children. We talk with the company's CEO, Zohar Levkovitz.

Safer Internet Day prompts smart online choices

This year’s Safer Internet Day forces us to recognize that, for all the wonderful things the internet has brought to humanity, our safety online is not as secure as it could be.

Op-Ed: What privacy rights do you have online?

Beginning November 11th, 2013, Google can use your user name, profile pictures, and “implied endorsement” in its display ads. Unless you are an actor looking for some exposure, this probably does not sit well with the average Google user.

Review: New product eSafely aims to make this summer an eSafe one Special

eSafely.com's browser based parental controls tool offers an elegant solution to fill the holes in online protection offered by typical parental controls. Keeps kids safer on Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Web Search.

Social network 'code' words kids use that parents should know

San Bruno - In the vast number of places kids can fall into trouble on the web, parents often find it challenging to monitor what their children are doing in cyberspace. This is particularly true as the web increasingly becomes more social.

Op-Ed: Challenges parents face in the era of social networking Special

Over time parents have always had to teach their kids the necessary life skills to help them deal with issues such as 'stranger danger', predators, playground bullies and other safety factors to ensure their well-being is not compromised.

Ontario police show parents how quickly online predators attack

Whitby - The 14-year-old girl was in a chat room for just a few seconds when male strangers struck up a conversation with her. The men, some claiming to be 27, wanted to know if she had a web camera, where she lived and offered to share photo links with her.
 

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