Monthly Archives: October 2013

New Jersey Woman Faces Charge for Texting While Driving Homicide

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The charge for texting while driving homicide represents a new step in the nation’s war against texting on America’s roads. Jennifer Sahoye, a New Jersey woman, was originally charged with causing death while driving with a suspended license.  But, when it emerged that she had been texting while driving during the fatal accident, the new […]


Oregon Students Create T.H.I.N.K Poster to Stop Cyberbullies

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The effort to stop cyberbullies may now be led by students, as Oregon students in Beaverton have developed the T.H.I.N.K poster to stop cyberbullies. T.H.I.N.K is an invention by the students, imploring their peers to stop cyberbullies and consider their actions before taking them. T.H.I.N.K stands for: T stands for ‘is it true?’ H is for is […]


California Cyberbullying Law Gives Schools More Tools to Fight Harassment

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The California cyberbullying law turns up the heat on harassers by giving schools more power to fight cyberbullying on and off campus. Governor Jerry Brown has signed Assembly Bill 256, the new California cyberbullying law, which allows for more disciplinary action to be taken by schools when bullying is present at school or even at […]


80% off College Students Text and Drive

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The text and drive epidemic continues to rise, particularly among college students, because young adults choose text and drive despite the risk. Although teens and college students understand the risks associated with the decision to text and drive, 8 out of 10 report that they still text and drive, according to research from Kings College […]


Protect My Children Online with Android Tablets and Smartphones

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Family Perspectives endorses MMGuardian Parental Control, which helps protect my children online and on android smart devices. If you face the question of ‘how do I protect my children online?’ read the rest of the Family Perspectives piece: Protecting Your Children Online With Android Tablets and Smartphones POSTED BY JOSH ON SEP 27TH, 2013 IN HANDY SOFTWARE | COMMENTS OFF […]


Locate Your Kids While You Travel with MMGuardian

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Locate your kids while you travel with MMGuardian Parental Control, which will help keep your kids safe. By Paul Grossinger Travelling with kids can be a chore.  As much as you want to enjoy the sights, you are always worried about making sure your kids are by your side and safe – or at least […]


Smart Parental Control Software to Protect your Child

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Smart parental control software is critical to protect your child from the misuse of technology, according to the stand up straight for equality blog. The advanced and sophisticated smart parental control technology nowadays actually brings so many benefits for people to do any activities easily, practically. But sometimes, the advance technology in today’s sophisticated era […]


Cyberbullying Children: Reasons and Prevention

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Cyberbullying children are a major American epidemic that parents need to solve to protect their kids. Cyberbullying children infest America’s schools.  Cyberbullying children prey on their peers, attacking them 24/7 with social media, mobile texts, and in-person’s harrasment. The NewsGuard.com had a detailed post on what cyberbullying children do and how they hurt their peers: […]


Larry Magid: Parents Can Help Prevent Cyberbullying

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Larry Magid and his cyberbullying prevention article in Forbes prove one thing: the dialogue about cyberbullying solutions is finally entering mainstream American media. If you are looking for a positive spin on America’s tragic rise in cyberbullying-related incidents, that is it: American media outlets that once only covered cyberbullying tragedies are now covering potential solutions […]


Michigan State Senate Endorses No Cyberbullying Prohibition

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Michigan State Senate Endorses No Cyberbullying Prohibition By Paul Grossinger The no cyberbullying provision is sailing through the Michigan State Senate and is likely to be added to the state’s landmark new anti-bullying bill. The new no cyberbullying provision, Senate Bill 74, would require schools to enact specific anti-cyberbullying rules as part of the new […]