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:
- The 10 highest-paying entry-level jobs in tech
- Amazon 'flooded by fake five-star reviews'
- Insurers Want to Know How Many Steps You Took Today
- GoFundMe scam: Woman who pretended to collect for homeless man faces prison
- Sexual Health Apps Can’t Replace Real Sex Talk
- Napa officials to parents: It's OK to snoop on your kids' internet, video game activity
- Don't Brand Teen Sexting as Child Porn: Experts
- Warning to north-east youngsters after shocking teen revenge porn cases
- ‘Revenge porn’, or image-based abuse, is now a criminal offence in Western Australia
- Top VPNs found improperly securing cookies & tokens
- The Truth About Blockchain
- The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History
- Forget Software—Now Hackers Are Exploiting Physics
- Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years
- Bullying looks a lot different today than in the past
- Supreme Court denies stay order on TikTok ban
- ‘Anorexia coaches’ use messaging app Kik to ‘punish’ kids
- Facebook urged to ditch 'like' feature in UK online child safety drive
- Teenagers and Sexting – More Common than You Think
- Teenagers, Sexting, and the Law
- Iceland used to be the hottest tourism destination. What happened?
- How ABB FIA Formula E championship built a fan base from scratch
- Disney CEO Bob Iger slams 'vile' public discourse: 'Hitler would have loved social media'
- 'Major distraction': school dumps iPads, returns to paper textbooks
- Copy-cat behaviour fueling murder-suicides?