The FBI is warning that sexual perverts are stealing pictures of young kids from social media websites and are reusing them in alarming ways. Here's what you need to know to help protect children from cyber predators.
It's a social norm now for people to be on Facebook, and many parents like to share photos and updates about their kids. But that info can easily be used by predators and other cyber-creeps! America Now shows how to protect your children online.
Twitter is a micro blogging phenomenon. The service, which limits a "tweet" to 140 characters, now has more than 500 million users.More >> Twitter is a micro blogging phenomenon. The service, which limits a "tweet" to 140 characters, now has more than 500 million users. But a growing number of them aren't using it for social networking, as designed -- they're using it to threaten and harass their rivals.More >> You've heard many times to be careful when you post videos and pictures of yourself and your kids online. Cyberstalkers have used copied photos to create fake identities, leading to tragic consequencesMore >> Did you know there's a way to copyright or watermark the pictures you post to protect them against prying eyes?More >>