Safety and internet dating
About half (49%) are unconcerned posting personal info online might negatively affect their future.
(Most employers now do a search for their prospective employees.
But what if the person you care about is the one who is being abusive toward their partner? This can be such a difficult situation to deal with.
You might love your family member, but you know that what they’re doing is harmful.
Colleagues at your company and companies you collaborate with look for information about you on Google and use that information to make judgments upon you?
Parental awareness of their teens’ online activities has risen significantly.
The Internet predators are out there and your kids are willingly chatting with them.
It seems that there is another dangerous trend that teenagers are participating in called Sexting. Research by Cox Communications Inc., in partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children ® (NCMEC) and TV host and children’s advocate John Walsh reveals that more parents are talking to their children about the potential dangers of the Internet.
The findings are from the third annual survey Cox and NCMEC have fielded to help parents realize the potential dangers of the Internet.Complete survey results, online safety tools and tips, and links to NCMEC and other resources are at com A very interesting survey with some eye opening results that parents should consider when kids are left unsupervised on the Internet. Some teenagers will not think twice about posting their address, phone number and picture online. The study shows that some teens do not care about their future. The research also shows that too many teenagers considered meeting someone face to face that they met on the Internet.They do not understand that it is almost impossible to get incriminating information or pictures off the Internet once they are there. Another too many teens actually have met face to face with someone they have met online.With some of the information and pictures I have found on Facebook, they should be concerned.) Most hiring managers and HR departments use search engines to research applicants?
Men and women Google each other when they first begin dating?The level of parental involvement is higher for younger teens and girls, although it has increased across all age groups and both genders.