Students Across the Country Will Receive Lessons On Growing Social Media-Related Dangers Like Cyberbullying, Sexting and Human Trafficking Los Angeles — With social media use surging among tweens and teens as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Organization for Social Media Safety and D.A.R.E. International have announced a groundbreaking collaboration to teach essential social…Read More →
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Sammy Chapman was an amazing kid, sweet, funny, curious, and an A student. His parents Sam and Laura worked hard to keep him away from dangerous people and places. But, like most parents, they had no idea that drug dealers were preying on their children using social media platforms. And they had no idea illegal,…Read More →
This week, you may have heard about a so-called “National Day of School Violence” threat being spread on social media. Reportedly, the threats originated on the social media platform TikTok, though that has not definitively been established. Regardless, posts about the threats spread quickly over social media causing worry across the country and even forcing some schools to shut…Read More →