REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — The Latest on Melania Trump's three-state tour to promote "Be Best" (all times local):
A Microsoft Corp. employee showed Melania Trump how he uses...
Melania Trump OK with criticism over anti-bullying campaign
WASHINGTON (AP) — Melania Trump says she's OK with the criticism and ridicule she has received for tackling online bullying and remains committed to the issue because "it will provide a better world for our children."
The first lady told attendees Thursday at an annual online safety conference to consider using "negative words" directed at them as motivation to help encourage responsible behavior online.
MICHIGAN CITY — La Porte County Prosecutor John Espar met with students and parents from Queen of All Saints and Notre Dame schools on Jan. 25 to speak about online safety for children.
Espar spoke at length about the real dangers children face online in terms of sex crimes. He met with the students during the school day and spoke to a group of parents that night.
HUNTINGTON — As younger generations' lives get more entwined with technology and the Internet, it will become ever more important to teach them how to protect themselves and act appropriately when they are behind the computer (or iPhone) screen.
Marshall holding online safety conference
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is hosting an annual computer safety conference for middle school students and parents.
Participants can learn about preventing online bullying, avoiding identity scams, keeping their information and computers safe, and avoiding the dangers of social media.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — Google is spearheading an educational campaign to teach pre-teen children how to protect themselves from scams, predators and other trouble.
Photos: Sycamore PD hosts presentation for parents on children’s online safety
The Sycamore Police Department hosted a presentation on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at the Sycamore Police Department in Sycamore for parents to help keep their children safe by being aware of their online activity.
SAN DIEGO — When it comes to cybersecurity, Americans recognize the need for strong passwords and know that public Wi-Fi hotspots aren't necessarily safe for online banking or e-commerce.
But U.S. adults are not as good at recognizing email "phishing" schemes or determining if the website where they're entering credit card information is encrypted.
Elissa Redmiles, University of Maryland
Lidgerwood schools teach internet safety within curriculum
LIDGERWOOD, N.D. (AP) — Years ago parents watched for the proverbial white van driving slowly through their neighborhood, offering a token candy or ice cream to tempt their children.
A forum aimed at online safety for children and young adults is scheduled for later this month in Yuba City.
The forum on internet safety, cyberbullying and sexting will feature a speaker from the FBI and help raise awareness about how parents and children can best protect themselves in the online environment.
It will be 6 p.m. Aug. 30 at Boyd Hall in Yuba City.
The forum comes to Yuba-Sutter just weeks after conclusion of a child sex sting operation in which...