Mobile Browsers Fail Internet Safety Test

ScienceDaily (Dec. 5, 2012) — How unsafe are mobile browsers? Unsafe enough that even cyber-security experts are unable to detect when their smartphone browsers have landed on potentially dangerous websites, according to a recent Georgia Tech …
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Police Roll Out Child Internet Safety Initiative

Pupils at the Five Islands School have been the first in our police force area to experience a new police-led internet safety initiative. PC Tracy Fulton is spending two days talking to pupils of all ages about online safety. Tracy says they'll be …
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Power Ranch Elementary to host Internet safety talk

Ric Borom, founder of Changing Behaviors, will talk to families Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m. in Power Ranch Elementary's gymnasium about cyber-bullying, social media and other Internet safety issues. Borom, a former police officer and school principal …
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Google launches internet safety campaign with ICTA

Google with Sri Lanka's Information Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) and the Ministry of Child Development and Women's Affairs launched its 'Good to Know' Internet safety campaign on November 29 at the Mount Lavinia Hotel. The campaign …
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Education key for internet safety, say police

POLICE believe child grooming crimes involving the use of social networking sites are on the rise – but are also being reported and detected more. And they think education is the key to tackling the menace. Detective Inspector Simon Snell, head of …
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Pupils get a lesson on internet safety

YOUNGSTERS at a Kirk Hallam junior school have been given a lesson on internet safety and the dangers of cyber-bullying. Police officers from the Kirk Hallam and Hallam Fields Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team visited St John Houghton Catholic …
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