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In fact, 95% of people share up to 6 passwords with others, including financial, business, social media, and entertainment passwords, despite the majority of people acknowledging that it’s risky to share passwords. A Simple Question for Facebook. A Simple Question for Facebook Why don’t you use your own facial recognition technology to prevent abuse by fake account creators?
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Kiddle search engine for children causes controversy. Image copyright Kiddle A search engine aimed at children, which blocks many common search terms including the words menstruation and balls, has gone viral.
Kiddle was registered in 2014 and is powered by Google safe search but has no connection with the tech giant. Other words blocked by the site include lesbian and gay, a decision which has angered the campaign group Stonewall. Kiddle says search results are "handpicked and checked" by its editors. What is Kiddle? The 'child-friendly' search engine which returns some worrying results.
A new website called Kiddle.co has launched promising a child-friendly search engine for kids browsing the internet.
But the new tool appears to have caused some confusion and concerns among users. A number of news outlets have reported the search engine site is an official Google spin-off looking to cater to young internet users. Parents have also welcomed the creation of the search engine under the impression this is 'Google for kids'. But the website has no association with Google - and does not claim to. It uses a Google Custom Search bar embedded within the website in a bid to filter out adult material. Kiddle Is A New, Safe (ish) Search Engine For Kids.
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(Marco Scozzaro/Frieze) The Internet is the place where nothing goes to die. Why your school needs clearly defined social media policies. It’s not to stop teachers from doing the wrong thing with social media; It’s to give them confidence to use social media well, knowing there is no appearance of impropriety. If there were no balustrade on the ‘Pinnacle’ lookout in the Grampians, very few people would venture to the edge to take in the arresting view. The railing gives hikers confidence to go further than they would otherwise dare, because their safety is assured.
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Popular apps include Kik, Whisper, WhatsApp, Ask.fm, and Line, some of which can be used while the user remains anonymous. That means no parental controls, and, at least when using Snapchat, automatic erasure of inappropriate pictures, reports Michael S. A reminder that your Instagram photos aren’t really yours: Someone else can sell them for $90,000. Cyber Safety - Internet Safety Tips To Stay Safe Online : InformED. Teens, Social Media, and Privacy.
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The research was widely reported with headlines like “Facebook Knows You Better Than Your Therapist”, stoking the coals of ongoing debates about internet privacy and the all-knowing power held by Facebook. Everything is Predictable Attention to Detail. The Digital Tattoo: Think Before You Ink. How To Bulletproof Your Reputation In The Digital Age. How Your Online Reputation Can Get Damaged & How to Fix It. (Digital) Identity in a World that No Longer Forgets. Discover what your digital footprint says about you.