Tuesday, June 26, 2012


Kidsocial is a place where you can connect and chat with real world friends, play exclusive Kidsocial games, visit different participating kid based sites, collect achievements, points and cool items, listen to music, watch videos, and share your videos or pictures with your friends. It's a great way to stay connected with your friends and relatives!

Kidsocial has different websites, games, apps and activities that allow you to earn playpoints and special items found only on Kidsocial websites. We're making progress each day and want to make Kidsocial a site both kids and adults can enjoy. Sign up today and start the fun!!!

Visit www.kidsocial.com.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Working to Halt Online Abuse (WHOA)

WHOA is a volunteer organization founded in 1997 to fight online harassment through education of the general public, education of law enforcement personnel, and empowerment of victims. The mission of WHOA is to educate the Internet community about online harassment, empower victims of harassment, and formulate voluntary policies that systems administrators can adopt in order to create harassment-free environments. We've also formulated voluntary policies which we encourage online communities to adopt in order to create safe and welcoming environments for all internet users.

Our president, Jayne Hitchcock, is a cyberbullying and cybercrime expert and regularly speaks at conferences training law enforcement personnel and other interested parties, as well as schools (elementary, middle and high), colleges/universities, libraries and more.

Our volunteers work with people currently experiencing online harassment, and help others to learn how to avoid such harassment or minimize its impact if it does occur. Our president, Jayne Hitchcock, regularly speaks at various conferences and seminars, training law enforcement personnel and other interested parties. She also lobbies for better federal and state laws to deter cyberstalkers and give victims more options to stop harassment. Jayne and some of our other volunteers are also available for press interviews.

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WHOA fully supports the right to free speech both online and off, but asserts that free speech is not protected when it involves threats to the emotional or physical safety of anyone. WHOA further asserts that online harassment is about power in a community: a power structure that has tended to accept or ignore harassment rather than actively seek to cease it.

While WHOA does not wish to single any group out as an enemy, we recognize and celebrate that the tide of the community is changing as people from all walks of life begin to become active participants online. As such, we must begin to assert our power as a group of concerned individuals (no matter what our backgrounds)  toward the protection of all people online against harassment targeted against them based on gender, sexual preference, race, ethnicity, age or privilege. WHOA welcomes anyone who demonstrates sensitivity toward the issues of harassment and a willingness to support our cause.

Now available - Download a printable, two-sided online safety brochure!

For more tips, resources and information about cyberstalking and other related situations, visit the web site of the book Net Crimes & Misdemeanors, written by our president Jayne Hitchcock.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

BARE - Bully Awareness Resistance Education

BARE, Bullying Awareness Resistance Education, Inc., or “BARE” for short, is a nonprofit corporation designed to meet the growing challenge of bullying in the schools and local community. We are organized under California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation laws and present a variety of services to schools and communities that need to take control of both physical and emotional violence. Our services include providing professional speakers to give presentations, educator training, and working with students and community leaders to further knowledge of effective anti-bully strategies and tactics. In addition, our online resources serve as a cornerstone for interested parties to learn more about how to stop bullying.

The BARE team is comprised of professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds, such as former and current educators, published writers, forensic economists, attorneys, and other occupations. The thread that unites our organization is a dedication to providing the awareness and knowledge needed to make our communities and schools free from the damaging acts of bullying. With our combined experience and training, we have a deep understanding of the psychological motivations for bullying behavior and the best way to counter the manifestations of these psychological issues.

BARE provides valuable programs that make a difference in your school climate.  BARE does not just come once and disappear.  BARE continues to support and encourage you as long as you let us.  BARE has engaging speakers and presenters, facilitators, and volunteers because we DARE TO CARE.

Visit BARE online.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Parenting Today's Kids

Recently I discovered a great new educational sites with articles and information that can benefit parents of kids, tweens and teens today!

Parenting Today's Kids

Fact.  Parents Need Help at the Intersection of Technology and Kids
At ParentingTodaysKids.com, we recognize that technology impacts how kids are growing up.  It can play a very influential role in the choice they make and the people they become.

We Are Parents Too

We are parents.  We get it.  If parents can understand technology today and learn how kids embrace consume and social using it, we increase our chances of protecting our kids and positively influencing them.

Our Goal

We spend so much time protecting and guiding our kids in the “real world”, but most of us can do a better job parenting in the virtual world and protecting our kids online.

Our goal at ParentingTodaysKids.com is to educate parents and to help them close the technology gap that exists between parents and kids in order to better protect them.

That’s why we’ve put together an expert panel focused on raising kids today, ranging from an attorney to a holistic parenting life coach.    Check out the Author’s section today to see the great experts who are here to help you better understand your kids and how they are using technology.

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