Sunday, May 17, 2009
Congress takes on 'sexting': Bill offers $175M over 5 years to boost Internet safety - Real News http://bit.ly/qZqzy
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Congress takes on 'sexting': Bill offers $175M over 5 years to ... - College Times http://u.mavrev.com/41cb
U.S. Sen. Menendez unveils legislation establishing internet-safety grant program - NJ.com http://u.mavrev.com/40ik
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Trends in Sexting, Cyberbullying,
Online Gambling and
Online Gambling and
The Issues in the News – A Special Expert Panel and Reception on the HillWhere: Russell 253- The Senate Commerce Committee Hearing Room
When: 5pm – 7pm Wednesday May 13, 2009
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO COME TO THIS EVENT PLEASE EMAIL ME DIRECTLY AT WIREDMOMS@GMAIL.COM for more details.
What: A reception and expert panel on the newsworthy issues of teen sexting, cyberbullying, online gambling and computer gaming. (Space is limited)
Who: WiredSafety’s panel of experts, including -
* Cynthia Logan (Jessie Logan’s mom and WiredSafety’s sexting advisor)
* Miss Utah- Kayla Barclay (a WiredSafety teen sexting advisor)
* Mary Heston, Wired Moms Director
* Parry Aftab, Executive Director, WiredSafety
*Casi, a sixteen year old member of Teenangels
*One of the ten year old Tweenangels
*Allan McCullough, CEO of Child Safety research and Innovation Center
The Panel will address some of the following issues and be open for interactive
discussions, questions and answers:
- Is charging teens as felony sex offenders for sharing nude pictures online the right approach?
- What’s the latest scoop on online games, poker and gambling sites and gaming devices?
- How do we address cyberrisks?
- What are the latest trends with cyberbullying, textbullying and game bullying?
- How do 4th graders cyberbully each other?
animations, games, presentations and risk management guides for educators, parents
and students of all ages. What role can you play? And learn about the new StopCyberbullying Coalition and the new Wired Moms initiative.
McAfee Addresses the Need to Keep Families Protected Online - Consumer Electronics Net http://bit.ly/D9srk