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:
- She fractured her spine after the car ran a red light. Uber said she signed away her rights to a jury trial.
- ‘We can’t scale humans’: Why startups are raising millions to build AI avatars
- Hiding in plain sight: Inside the online world of suicidal teens
- Man convicted in online sextortion case involving 3 Wilmington women
- Mizzou students required to install location tracking app so college can 'pinpoint' them
- Man arrested for cyber bullying, threatening teenager
- Ransomware Costs Double in Q4 as Ryuk, Sodinokibi Proliferate
- Hackers took over Twitter accounts for the NFL and a bunch of teams, including the 49ers and Chiefs
- Security News This Week: Google Calls Out Safari for Privacy Flaws
- I Monitor My Teens' Electronics, and You Should Too
- Tinder Asks ‘Does This Bother You’?
- New Safety Gizmos Are Making Car Insurance More Expensive
- IoT security: Your smart devices must have these three features to be secure
- Scam, spam and phishing texts: How to spot SMS fraud and stay safe
- Authorities arrest 3 Indonesian hackers behind many Magecart attacks
- Judge forces insurer to help small business to clean up after a crippling ransomware attack
- Exclusive: 'American' news site with ties to Iran sheds new light on Tehran's information war
- Leaked Documents Expose the Secretive Market for Your Web Browsing Data
- Facebook And FTC Urge Judge To Approve $5 Billion Privacy Settlement
- Facebook’s dodgy defaults face more scrutiny in Europe
- Facebook verstößt gegen Datenschutzrecht
- Science Says the Most Successful Kids Have Parents Who Do These 9 Things
- My son’s friends use slurs in online games. What can I do?
- Byte, the sequel to Vine and potential competitor to TikTok, launches on mobile
- Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kids