Why you should be cautious online, even when interacting with your peers.
How web filtering can help educators prevent bigotry in the school environment.
Work with your students to end cyberbullying by using these technology-based resources.
Does the First Amendment protect cyberbullies? The debate around cyberbullying laws remains unresolved.
Cyberbullying trends that your child may encounter online, explained through a national lens.
Cyberbullying via social media is a growing issue. Victims are more likely to exhibit behaviors of self-harm and depression.
Join the national movement for bullying prevention with parents, students, and teachers in your community this October.
Cyberbullying and self-harm prevention solutions based on real time data from social media trends across the country.
70.3% of students we surveyed did not know what web filter their school was using, if at all. ALL of the students we interviewed were unaware as to what sites were prohibited on their school's network. Teachers themselves are often surprised and irritated by blocks to YouTube clips planned for class lecture. Both teachers and … Continue reading The Key to A Successful Online Safety Policy
The following are real student responses from an international survey we conducted during Summer 2015. 1. “You don’t get rude ads or viruses.” Pop-ups and pseudo-content are not only annoying, but also often times dangerous. Online aggressors specifically target children, enticing them to click on attractive advertisements or links leading to viruses. YouTube launched “YouTube Kids” in response … Continue reading 8 Reasons Students Like Securly Web Filtering