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Facebook has a brand-new corporate name, Meta, which is short for “metaverse.” But what on earth (or any other planet ...) IS a metaverse and why is it being called “the next digital frontier”?
A recent investigative journalism series, The Facebook Files by the Wall Street Journal, has shone a light on the insights Facebook has on how their products can cause harm to some of their youngest users.
Squid Game has wrapped its tentacles around Netflix viewers throughout the world. The graphic, gore-soaked series is aimed at mature audiences. Yet worrying reports show its twisted themes and images are invading digital content that ...
On Roblox, pornographic material sits right alongside kids’ innocent game creations. And that’s despite efforts by Roblox to block it.
Social media isn’t a problem for every kid - only some of them. Five conversation starters from the American Academy of Pediatrics will help you figure out if yours is one.
How does Big Tech really see your child? As a fledgling digital citizen to be nurtured? Or a pipeline to ever-greater profits?
As kids’ screen-time continues its upward spiral, more and more parents say online safety is their number-one concern. To address those mounting fears, tech companies have developed a wide array of child-friendly browsers.
On the fence about TikTok for your tween? These five facts might help you decide.