Toys have changed a lot in modern times. Kids are now playing with internet-connected devices, recording audio and capturing video. Some toy makers request that parents and kids sign up for accounts by giving personal information ranging from names to birth dates. But are these gadgets actually safe? You'll be shocked by the answer.
Keeping an eye on your kids and grandkids is hard enough, even when you’re in your own home. They’re always getting into this or that, or running off to play with the neighbors. But when you’re in a large crowd, it’s even more difficult. That’s why police are sharing this helpful tip. And as a parent, I encourage you to follow it.
This is bad news! Malware used by the NSA to hack into computers has been leaked, and threatens to wreak havoc on Windows users around the world. More than a billion people use this popular operating system from Microsoft, and they're all vulnerable if this malware falls into the wrong hands. Is there anything you can do to protect yourself?
All good parents shudder at the thought of their children being solicited by a sexual predator. Teens aren’t known for their discretion, and “sexting” has become a menacing new trend. In the age of shareable snapshots and lightning-quick texting, curious youths can end up in terrifying situations. How do you keep your teen out of trouble?