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Anne Bubnic

Promoting Online Safety: What the Numbers Are Telling Us - 4 views

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    Research on the Arab Region and growth trends in use of social media.
Anne Bubnic

The future is extraordinarily bright [Video] - 2 views

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    Stephen Balkam in conversation with Ambassador David Gross.
    Family Online Safety Institute Conference in the Middle East/Promoting Online Safety and Cyber Ethics
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Promoting Online Safety and Cyber Ethics in the Middle East [Video] - 1 views

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    FOSI Middle East Conference Speaker, Fadi Salem - Director of Governance & Innovation Program, Dubai School of Government.
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FOSI 2011 Conference Highlights [Video] - 2 views

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    Highlights from FOSI's (Family Online Safety Institute) 2011 Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
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Kids, Privacy and Online Drama [Video] - 6 views

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    FOSI and Microsoft discussion of the latest research of danah boyd, Alice Marwick and Amanda Lenhart.
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Is the "Business" of Digital Citizenship Preventing Progress? - 3 views

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    Thoughtful post! As long as internet safety and digital citizenship are presented as a business, with products to be purchased to prevent problems, curricula that purport to immunize children, and professionals required to deliver messages, it's no wonder that parents and teachers are paralyzed by the prospect of helping children negotiate their lives online. At the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) Annual Conference, held in Washington, DC last week, there was a striking confluence of those who view digital citizenship as an extension of our daily roles as citizens, and those who have a vested interest in keeping the alarm bells going in order to draw parents and teachers into their camp for speaking engagements, stand-alone curricula, web-tracking, web-blocking, or mobile phone tracking services.
Anne Bubnic

New Research Study to Examine Teens' Online Behavior - 4 views

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    The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) and the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project have agreed to conduct a research project aimed at understanding teenagers' behavior online. The research will examine how this behavior ties to digital citizenship - the behaviors, expectations and skills teens have around interacting with others in digital spaces. The research is jointly funded by the Pew Internet Project and Cable in the Classroom. The study will begin in November 2010 and results are expected in November 2011.
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Teens and Mobile Phones: Exploring safety issues - 2 views

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    In this talk, presented at the Family Online Safety Institute's annual conference (Nov 2010), senior research specialist Amanda Lenhart discussed Pew Internet data about how teens use mobile phones and the potential safety issues associated with them. The presentation was based on the April 2010 study by PEW on Teens and Mobile Phones. See: http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Teens-and-Mobile-Phones.aspx
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Go Figure [FOSI Online Safety Video] - 4 views

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    Facts and Figures about Online Safety from FOSI, the Family Online Safety Institute. (Presented at their annual conference, Nov 2010).
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Tools, Rules & Schools: Protecting Kids Against Cyberbullying [Audio] - 0 views

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    Bullying is on the rise and putting all our kids at risk, on and off line. Stephen Balkam, CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) joins blogtalkradio (at 8 minutes into the program) to help us understand the importance of digital citizenship in the online world as a buffer for challenging events such as bullying and as a necessity for being part of today's society in general.
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Stephen Balkam: Sexting and the Law of Unintended Consequences - 0 views

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    Sexting -- teens sending sexually explicit photos of themselves via cell phones -- has become the latest in a line of highly charged issues involving kids and the internet. A recent survey on sexting has claimed that one in five teens have sent nude or semi-nude photos of themselves, although at least one academic has questioned this finding
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