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By the preschool years, most children are spending time on computers . But is it healthy for preschoolers to be interacting with computers?
Teens today are entrenched in the online world, but do they really know how to create, and control, their own virtual persona?
Is it appropriate for your child to âfriendâ a teacher on a social network?
Facebook has gone from strictly college students to social media moms sharing every waking moment of their child's life. Reign in your Facebook faux pas by brushing up on your social media etiquette.
Parents who feel overwhelmed by the ever-changing role of social media aren't alone. Here are some points to consider before you sign up.
Your child may not even be aware that she is plagiarizing.But it can score her a failing grade, suspension, or even expulsion from school.
Here's what every parent should know about privacy settings , preventing cyberbullying, and the do's and don'ts of becoming a Facebook parent.
Like all tools, the Internet is neither good nor bad; it simply has good and bad uses.  How to turn your child into a self-aware Net citizen.
In the world of tweets, pokes, and chats, how can you make sure that your child is social networking savvy? Here's what parents should know about Twitter.
In today's digital age, our behavior online is accessible by most anyone, which can be a problem when it comes to college admissions. Find out what you can do.
Learn what you can do to protect your child from the rising risk of identity theft.
How much Facebook time is too much? Find out what some signs of Facebook overuse and misuse are and what you can do to help.
Here is expert advice on how to talk to your teen about bullying.
What should parents know about the online communities their teens are visiting? Here’s a guide to the three most popular social networking sites:
Formspring is one of the many sites kids can use to interact with other kids online. What should you know in order to keep your child safe from cyberbullying?
The Web is an sea of information, but this doesn't mean the content is always accurate. Here's how to help your child recognize bad information on the Internet.
It's clear that kids are spending too much time in front of the TV, but what about the other box?  Parenting advice on how and when to introduce computers.
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