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:
- Va. man charged with using social media to prey on children
- Catholic University students vote to block porn
- Hackers exploiting unpatched Chrome bug to target 500M iPhone users
- Apple and Google pull TikTok from app stores in India
- Arapahoe County investigators warn parents of video gaming sex predators
- 'It's a No' campaign launches to help students understand risks associated with sexting
- Rockford Police to teens: stop sexting!
- Is Social Media the New Smoking?
- In some states, sexting could land teens in jail for a long time
- April 2019 Misleading Privacy Policies
- Girl, 12, who hanged herself 'struggled to cope with pressures of social media'
- Assassin's Creed video game's maps of Notre Dame may help with restoration
- School employee fired for claim LGBT education is ‘brainwashing’ children
- Rugby League to Fire $1M Star Player over Bible Verse Post on Homosexuality
- Facebook says it made an A.I. tool that can detect revenge porn before it‘s reported – Seneca Standard
- FTC recovers billions of dollars for consumers
- Ahmedabad: Youth sends obscene pictures to ex-girlfriend and her friends after break up; arrested
- Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack. They May Be Wrong.
- If you're watching "Game of Thrones," you're watching porn.
- Losses from Online Payment Fraud to More than Double by 2023, Reaching $48 Billion Annually
- Microsoft Email Hack Shows the Lurking Danger of Customer Support
- The future of work won't be about college degrees, it will be about job skills
- Employee privacy in the US is at stake as corporate surveillance technology monitors workers' every move
- Got a minute? Global attention span is narrowing, study reveals