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In observance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Larry Magid chats with National Cyber Security Alliance Executive Director Michael Kaiser and introduces "A Parents' Guide to Cyber Security."
It's an Internet-wide problem that Facebook, among many others, is proactively trying to combat.
Facebook teams up with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to offer help to people who are thinking of taking their lives and a referral option for people who worry about a friend in distress.
CNET editor-in-chief Scott Ard joins us today to talk about a bunch of cool new products we're actually using and to answer tech questions on computers for kids, video on DSLRs, and a lot more.
A Consumer Reports survey finds that 7.5 million Facebook users are younger than 13, in violation of the company's terms of service, and that more than 5 million were 10 or younger.
A new service lets people share photos with anyone around them. But are there safety and privacy issues for kids?
Trend Micro's "What's Your Story" contest will award $10,000 for the winning video on Internet safety. Categories include being a good online citizen, using a cell phone wisely, and maintaining your online privacy.
MTV is launching a site for youth to "identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse," including sexting and cyberbullying.
The suicide of the 18-year-old Rutgers freshman, who jumped to his death after a roommate used a Webcam to live-stream him kissing another male, prompts more calls to end cyberbullying.
New tool announced Friday aims to help users learn more about how to keep kids safe online.