While we know that you have to be 18 years of age in order to sign up to most social media sites, we also know that kids are smart. So, its suffice to say that most students are on social media in one form or another. But should social media for students be curbed in a big way?
Knowing what the 5 big culprits of online life are will help you to protect yourself. I get pretty nervous when I am asked to input my identification number when online. Many companies are asking for very personal details nowadays, even just to receive a newsletter from them.
You may laugh at this title, but most of us don’t actually realise that there is a totally different life happening online with our teens. The Secret Social Media Life of Teens is a thing!
Nowadays, the pressure to buy your child a cell phone is on a par with the dilemma parents felt when Heelies came out (those shoes with wheels on), when miniskirts were in, and when ear piercing was the trend. You want to give your kid all you didn’t have, but what is the right age for a cell phone?
Hackers are not only interested in big corporates and high-flying companies. A hacker can also infiltrate your high school via the networks that exist. In fact, it is easier for them to hit a high school, than a company.