Finally, parents, tweens and teens are getting real to the cyber threats of online attacks, cyber bulling, risky online behaviour and more, according to Intel Security’s latest report.
Kids Helpline is today launching what it describes as a world first - a project to provide online group counselling to Aussie teens through social media.
Victoria is set to introduce new sexting laws in a bid to bring them up to date with modern technology, and ensure teens won't be placed on the sex offenders register.
Facebook is in the midst of fresh controversy, this time for exposing teens to "questionable" ads according to new reports.
Teenagers are already grappling with hormones and rebellion but are now having to do so surrounded by Snapchat and Instagram, and a new range of resources are being launched by the federal government to help both students and their teachers and parents.
Facebook reportedly offered one billion dollars in a bid to acquire massively popular photo-sharing app Snapchat, as it looks to capture the fledgling yet lucrative teenage market.
Facebook has continued to toy with its privacy settings, this time in a potentially controversial move allowing 13 to 17-year olds to post publicly.
Facebook is on the outer, at least with teens, according to a scathing blog post from a 13 year old New York teenager.
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