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Parents voice safety concerns after large fight at East Allegheny HS

Parents filled the room to voice their concern for their children’s safety after a large fight broke out last Friday at East Allegheny High School in North Versailles.

Several parents told the school board that how they handled the fight was not acceptable and said the school isn’t safe.

“I shouldn’t be hearing from teachers that they are afraid to come to school. I shouldn’t be hearing from students that they are petrified to come to school,” one parent told Channel 11’s Catherine Varnum.

Parents were not notified about the fight until Monday. Parents were about threats on social media saying that there would be a shooting at the school.

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Online Dating Safety And Matchmaking Options

When many people consider Online dating, they consider an adverse or frightening experience. You won’t ever fully realize whom you might meet online, in the end. However, there are plenty of effective compensated and free online dating service options. As lengthy while you keep safety in your mind, you actually will find the right Internet match. Safety Tips: There are many various kinds of Online dating services, including compensated services, compensated services which have free trials and, obviously, 100 % online for free online dating services. Read More….

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Mai Tai Dating invest in cutting edge technology to ensure online safety for daters

Mai Tai are reinventing the London dating scene. Yet as a new kid on the block…you may question how their online safety tech matches up? By partnering with a UK based leading provider of verification and intelligent digital services, they intend to create a safer online dating community. How it works? The clever technology uses an application programming interface (API) to perform a basic identification verification check. This ensures that the most up-to-date trusted safety features are maximized. Read More….

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HBO’s ‘Real Sports’ Examines Risks, Safety Efforts in Youth Football – Schooled in Sports – Education Week

In Tuesday night’s episode of HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, the safety of youth football came under the microscope.

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Should Teachers Be Able to Wear Safety Pins as a Message of Solidarity in Class? – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

One school district banned teachers from wearing safety pins, which are meant to be a show of support for marginalized groups of people, in the classroom.

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Researchers to help shine blue light on Social media’s impact on public safety and security

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Researchers to help shine blue light on Social media’s impact on public safety and security

A Europe wide research team led by the University of Warwick has won European funding to bring together communities, policing and policy makers to tackle how to protect the public on social media, and use social media to tackle crime

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The Secret to Safety on Anonymous Apps

Despite the recent flurry of increased media attention, anonymous online environments and mobile applications have been around for many years. The social media site Formspring.me arguably introduced the world to the potential consequences of anonymous communications when it launched in 2009. Long before that, though, users routinely created fictitious MySpace profiles or pseudonymous online blogs. Formspring was apparently ahead of its time because it ceased operations in 2013 due to a lack of interest (and funding). Since then, however, being anonymous online has again become fashionable. Newly discovered apps like “After School” and “Brighten” have joined “Read More

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Helping parents talk safety with their kids

. Croix County Investigator Brandie Hart is all too familiar with how children can be victimized in her role as the chief investigator of child and sexual abuse for the sheriff’s office.

Capital talk: Passcode to online safety

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The internet economy has created several new jobs and concepts. One such concept is hacking, a profession that is only now gradually making its way to the mainstream, where people are running companies that offer solutions aimed at securing an organisation’s entire online infrastructure and data. At its very best, hacking is breaking codes that govern the running of a software and then ensuring that it cannot be broken again by people who would actually want to misuse the cracked code for illegal and undeserved personal gain — akin to theft or burglary. So, motive is critical, but hacking is slowly gaining positive currency. However, even as users like you and me get increasingly enmeshed into the internet due to its increasing importance in our everyday life and work, there is very little that we do to ensure that our location and security are not comprised. Businesses, however, cannot afford the luxury of being casual about the loopholes in their cyber security, as any breach could lead to a scandal around data leakage, compromising of confidential business plans, misuse of valuable research and theft of intellectual property. To tackle this headache, we now have companies that offer services in the […]

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Court appearance for man charged in child sex trafficking sting prompts online safety discussion

Police say a court appearance Thursday for an Onalaska man charged with a child sex crime should serve as a reminder to parents to be vigilant about what their kids are doing online.

The series of events that led to the arrest began with a police officer posting an ad online pretending to be a 14-year-old girl.

The ad was placed with the intention of identifying people interested in having sexual contact with minors.

Town of Campbell Police said a man responded to the ad and had communication online with the officer whom he thought was the 14-year-old girl.

On Thursday that man made a court appearance.

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