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Child Internet Safety

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Stay Safe From These 4 Internet Dangers!


The Internet is filled with opportunities to learn, communicate and share. Protect yourself from these 4 Internet Dangers to preserve your digital privacy and personal security!

viNGN Shares Cyber-Bullying Prevention Tips with All Saints Cathedral School Students


On Tuesday, April 4, 2017, viNGN was granted the privilege of sharing cyber-bullying prevention information with over 100 All Saints Cathedral School students. A series of messages by OnGuardOnline.gov stressed the theme, “Stop & Think Before You Click!” – followed by an interactive segment surrounding the NetSmartz video “6 Degrees of Information” which illustrates how … Continue reading

CyberBullies, Internet Dangers discussed with 21st Century After School Program at Addelita Cancryn JHS


The 21st Century After School Program at Addelita Cancryn Junior High School invited viNGN to speak to parents, children and educators about cyber bullying and protecting our digital footprints on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

Photos: viNGN Discusses Cyber-Bullying Prevention at All Saints PTSA Meeting


viNGN was the guest of honor at the Tuesday, March 14, 2017 PTSA meeting of the All Saints Cathedral School on the topic “Protecting our Kids from Cyber Bullying”.

NetSmartz holiday tips: Be Smartphone Savvy, Benefits of Online Gaming for Children


NetSmartz, a child Internet safety initiative of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), has issued its December 2016 NetSmartz Newsletter offering tips to parents regarding smartphone use rules… and did you know that online gaming can be beneficial for children? For more details, read the newsletter online, then download the Parents’ Guide to … Continue reading

viNGN presents on Child Internet Safety at Yvonne Bowsky School PTA Meeting


viNGN was invited to speak about protecting children on the Internet at the Yvonne Bowsky Elementary School PTA meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. The presentation focused on the creation of “Threat Models” as proposed by digital privacy advocates Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and utilizing the short film “6 Degrees of Information” by NetSmartz/National Center for Missing … Continue reading

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