Be familiar with That Which You Share Online Regarding Your Kids

 

Tip 1: Think Before You Share

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Being Safe Online

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Why Kids Are Confronting Their Parents About ‘Sharenting’ | NYT Opinion

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Child Focus ‘E-safety’

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What parents should know before sharing about your kids online

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How much do you share about your kids online?

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The Offspring The Kids Aren’t Alright (Official Music Video)

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FRIDAY, Oct. 21, 2016 (HealthDay News) Parents often keep a close eye on their kids’ use of social media, but they also need to be mindful of their own posts, researchers warn in a new review. FRIDAY, Oct. 21, 2016 (HealthDay News) Parents often keep a close eye on their kids’ use of social media, but they also need to be mindful of their own posts, researchers warn in a new review.

These days, it’s almost expected that parents will regularly post pictures of their kids online to give friends and family updates on what they’re doing. Be careful about posts that give your child’s precise location. If you are going online for help with your child’s behavioural issues, keep any information-sharing anonymous. Nowadays parents disclose things about their kids online, leaving a lasting ‘digital footprint’, often containing personal information, which can have repercussions. Parents often keep a close eye on their kids’ use of social media, but they also need to be mindful of their own posts, researchers warn in a new review.

If you are going online for help with your child’s behavioral issues, keep any information-sharing anonymous. Beyond that, she advised parents to make sure they understand the privacy policies of all the sites they use. Simply limiting your Facebook posts to “friends” is not enough, Keith said. Don’t post photos or videos online that reveal personal information about your children. Be mindful of the long-term implications of getting a few likes.

Be clear with grandparents, friends, and. Check out Being Aware of What You Share, a free digital citizenship lesson plan from Common Sense Education, to get your grade 8 students thinking critically and using technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate. Never share pictures of your child in “any state of undress”. Be careful about posts that give your child’s precise location.

If you are going online for help with your child’s behavioural issues, keep any information-sharing anonymous. Some information is okay to share online, but online phishing scams and cyber predators make it tough to let the leash out when it comes to your kids roaming the Internet. Make your online presence work for you, not against you. Employers and admissions officers report that the internet can be a good place for applicants to present their talents, professionalism, and sociability.

Assume that nothing you share online is private. After all, it’s only private until the person you’ve shared it with (or a hacker.

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Interestingly, parents of girls and younger children worry more than other parents about the dangers of online strangers and of children releasing private information online (Pew Internet and American Life Project, 2001; Schmitt, 2000).

“Handbook of Family Communication” by Anita L. Vangelisti
from Handbook of Family Communication
by Anita L. Vangelisti
Routledge, 2004

They may also scroll through the history of online activities their children engage in.

“Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web” by Karen Lumsden, Emily Harmer
from Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web
by Karen Lumsden, Emily Harmer
Springer International Publishing, 2019

We’re sharing a lot about our kids, and all sectors, including schools and the government, are starting to learn a lot about our kids because of this sharing.

“Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online” by Leah A. Plunkett, John Palfrey
from Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online
by Leah A. Plunkett, John Palfrey
MIT Press, 2019

Providing information on how to check their children’s online activities is also important.

“Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace” by Todd G. Shipley, Art Bowker
from Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace
by Todd G. Shipley, Art Bowker
Elsevier Science, 2013

Exactly, and I think, when I speak to parents in these seminars I do, I often tell them, you don’t have to be a networking person to have enough knowledge to monitor your own PC at home to see if your children are doing things that are dangerous.

“Making the Internet Safe for Kids: The Role of ISP's and Social Networking Sites: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, Second Session, June 27 and June 28, 2006” by United States, Congress House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Staff, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
from Making the Internet Safe for Kids: The Role of ISP’s and Social Networking Sites: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, Second Session, June 27 and June 28, 2006
by United States, Congress House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Staff, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 2006

The extent of parental rights with regard to monitoring their children’s Internet activity will be discussed in subsequent sections.

“Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security” by Quigley, Marian
from Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security
by Quigley, Marian
Information Science Reference, 2007

Additionally, a study on child online safety by Tennakoon et al. (2018) finds that self-employed parents are more likely to monitor their children’s internet activities compared to parents who work in the private sector.

“Encyclopedia of Criminal Activities and the Deep Web” by Khosrow-Pour D.B.A., Mehdi
from Encyclopedia of Criminal Activities and the Deep Web
by Khosrow-Pour D.B.A., Mehdi
IGI Global, 2020

More research needs to assess the extent to which parents communicate about Internet dangers and the nature of those conversations.

“The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication” by Anita L. Vangelisti
from The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication
by Anita L. Vangelisti
Taylor & Francis, 2012

At the same time, the studies also indicate the fact that parents are worried by the passivity and unilateral character of their children’s recreating activities on the Internet.

“Internet and Technology Addiction: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice” by Management Association, Information Resources
from Internet and Technology Addiction: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice
by Management Association, Information Resources
IGI Global, 2019

Your kids need to know that people aren’t always who they say they are online, and that real dangers exist out in the world.

“Facebook for Grown-Ups” by Michael Miller
from Facebook for Grown-Ups
by Michael Miller
Pearson Education, 2010

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  • Tip #1.0.1 That stupid thing you thought about NOT sharing but decided to, may become viral and end up getting you a lifetime supply of Vans.

  • Google, why did you direct this video just at minors? Nothing wrong with this, but believe it or not, adults can be the ones most in need of seeing these videos.

  • I oonly text my friends and family well one time somebody weird texted me I deleted the chat it’s what you should do a d I eved told my mom

  • Back in a day This song is catchy, I like it.
    Today Damn, I know I said I liked it…but I never asked it to be a reality.

    This song is one of those things that grow meaning the more time passes…brilliant actually..

  • My mum used to make meme videos staring me and my sister just as I started high school, I’m from a small town so everyone’s parents saw them and showed them to their kids. I look back and laugh at it now.

  • I kinda got on the same track, some guy on my game friended me and we started to talk,then he asked me how old I was but I was younger [aka 11] but I didn’t think and told him I was 11 and he said that he was 17.Then he started to give me “The Talk” I told him I wasn’t comfortable with this chat but he then said “why? Your going through it,you’ll have to learn someday” I just looked at that message and told him I had to go.Then he texted me saying “ok,text me when you wanna learn more ��” I closed the app and he sent me another text saying “your such a good girl ��” at this point I was done so I blocked him from my account.
    The end-

  • So also to the ” if its not on insta” mom
    Did you know most kidnappings happen in family and friend circles? Will it take some perverted friend of the family praying on your daughter for you to stop? Its her body and you are willingly putting it up online for your selfish gain.

  • +Google, Why have you changed your video formats on my smartphone YouTube settings?? You are wasting my video streaming minutes and mega-bite usage!! Please stop ✋ this practice!!!

  • The only solution I can think of is when they post a picture of you, you report it to Instagram so they take it down. If they don’t want to listen, take actions. They are so narcissistic it’s unbelievable.