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Judy Robison

Social Networking Safety - Microsoft Protect - 10 views

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    " tips to help protect yourself when you use social networks from Microsoft"
Jennifer Dorman

Online Privacy & Security Software | Cocoon - 5 views

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    Cocoon is an all-in-one plugin that makes everything you do online secure, virus-free and private. Without Cocoon websites and hackers have access to your computer to leave cookies or infect it with viruses and malware. You even get protection on open Wi-Fi access points.
Tim Childers

Google Family Safety Center - 18 views

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    "We know how important it is to protect and educate young people on using the Internet and want to provide all of our users with a safe experience.

    When it comes to family safety, we aim to:

    * Provide parents and teachers with tools to help them choose what content their children see online
    * Offer tips and advice to families about how to stay safe online
    * Work closely with organizations such as charities, others in our industry and government bodies dedicated to protecting young people "
Dean Mantz

5 Ways to Teach Cyber Safety and Digital Responsibility | #ISTE10 - 10 views

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    How to teach digital safety as discussed at ISTE10.
Randy Rodgers

YouTube XL - 19 views

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    Site allows access to Youtube videos without ads or (best of all) comments. Users can browse, search, even access their YouTube accounts.
Jennifer Dorman

Update: Microsoft updates free tool to remove persistent worm | InfoWorld | News | 2009... - 0 views

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    Update to the Malicious Software Removal Tool removes Conficker worm that infects a server and then tries to download other malicious software
Jennifer Dorman

Keep Your Password Secret - Safely log in despite spyware or keyloggers - 0 views

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    KYPS is a Web service that allows you to log into your account from a public computer without disclosing your password to that computer. The way KYPS works is very simple: You register your website (be it an email account or any login site) with the KYPS server. Based on the username and password that you have provided, KYPS will encrypt the password and generate a list of one-time codes that you can use to login to your account.
Jennifer Dorman

Let Your Geeky Kids Play Online With KidZui - 0 views

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