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23% of the photos posted on the biggest kids exploration sites in the period in which the study took place were stolen from social media.

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What happens with the photos posted online?


Respect is a two-way street. You cannot expect from others what you aren’t willing to give.

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Respect is two ways street.


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People who are mad at your boundaries are the ones who benefited from you having none.

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6 reasons why we must take cyberbullying seriously.

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Tips to protect your kid’s information online.

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Research shows that bullies have high self-esteem, are less empathic, and less agreeable people, who use bullying to access or hold on to power.

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