CYBER SAFETY NEWS FEED
We have searched the headlines for the news that matters to Savvy Cyber Kids. Seen with a cyber ethics lens, these clipping keep us abreast of when technology is used for bad—to inspire us to be aware and make necessary changes in our homes and at our schools. Conversely, when technology is used for good, let’s read all about it, celebrate the successes and bring these lessons home.
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Headlines from across the globe:
- Teenage girls more likely to suffer 'social media depression' when spending five hours a day online
- Athletes face social media shame
- Study: Social media sways exercise motivation
- Razorback drummer livestreams suicide on Facebook as he plummets 34 floors to his death
- Fortnite predator 'groomed children on voice chat'
- Two teens cited for sexting
- Florida Teen Pornography Victim Recruited While Playing Fortnite
- Children threatened with rape and hanging on Fortnite
- Student sexually assaulted teenager at university halls
- Conn. man gets prison in rape of girl in Guilderland
- Police investigating explicit photos of local students shared on social media. What parents should know.
- Does treatment for video-gaming addiction work?
- Man used Fortnite to recruit child pornography victim: Attorney General
- Former Fairfax High student charged with child pornography in connection with trove of photos of area girls
- Hunt for missing St. Tammany teenager leads to discovery of human trafficking ring in Florida
- Junk food ads disproportionately target black and Hispanic kids, study finds
- Hilton CSD: 2 students targeted over Facebook by online predator
- Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Woman He Met On Dating App
- Warning to parents after predator grooms schoolchildren through hit game Fortnite
- Massive Oklahoma Government Data Leak Exposes 7 Years of FBI Investigations
- Warning to children and parents over risks of sexting after boy shared ‘sexually explicit images’ with girl
- New report by Colorado Attorney General analyzes youth suicide
- How ISIS recruiters groomed teen into suicide bomber
- Mom wants punishment for bully who depicted son as a slave being branded in social media photo