Safety Center: Latest News
New helpline piloted to offer support and education to schools in California.
Think your kid is talking in code? (They probably are)
The sooner you teach your kids the good habits of digital citizenship, the more likely those lessons will stick.
The real work of teaching appropriate online behavior starts at home. Know what your children are doing online and help your children navigate social media respectfully to ensure (as best you can) that they don’t become a cyberbully.
Tips and resources for cyberbullying prevention.
It's remarkable how deeply embedded Autism Spectrum Disorder is in the world of tech, and how technology is helping to make a huge difference in the lives of people who live with it each day.
Your kids may be more aware of your online time than you think.
Keep privacy and security in mind as you head off to college.
A Parents’ Guide to Mobile Phones, from ConnectSafely.org has advice gleaned from talking to teens about safety
Seeing bullying or harassment online can be troubling, but you can take action to address and prevent future incidents.