Glen Cove’s Proposed Code Of Conduct Sparks Debate Over Facebook & Free SpeechLawmakers on Long Island are getting ready to vote on a controversial proposal, which involves whether the local government can dictate what its workers share on social media.
Digital Detox: Students In New Jersey Getting Lessons To Protect Their PrivacyFor most kids, receiving their first cellphone doesn't come with a set of instructions on how to protect their privacy.
Teens Entering Rehab For Social Media AddictionFifty percent of teens say they feel addicted to their mobile devices, according to Common Sense Media, a non-profit organization.
‘Try Not To’ Challenges Teach Kids Self Control, Social SkillsIt’s a modern-day staring contest. People of all ages are having some fun with a number of “Try Not to…” challenges on YouTube. They could help your child learn something new.
Delve Into Your Dreams & Snap The Perfect Social Media Photos At This Interactive Exhibit In WilliamsburgWelcome to Williamsburg’s “Dream Machine.” The nine-room interactive exhibit takes guests through different stages of dreaming and serves as the perfect backdrop for their latest social media photos.
Hidden, Secret Apps Becoming Increasingly Popular Among TeensSomewhere in the depths of your child’s phone could be a lot more than meets the eye. Apps lurking behind the curtains allow kids to have secret conversations with strangers, send private photos and more.
Facebook Blames A 'Bug' For Not Deleting Your Deleted VideosA user downloaded a Facebook archive and was surprised to find several recordings that had been made years earlier and supposedly deleted.
Picture-Perfect Vacation Photos Stir Up Envy On Social MediaFor many, getting that perfect vacation picture is just the beginning. They want to make sure it travels once it’s on social media.