Posts by Matt


There is a ton of hype and a bit of hysteria surrounding the upcoming launch of a new App called “Peeple.” Peeple is a Yelp-Like app designed for rating individuals. The co-founders of Peeple, Julia Cordray and Nicole McCullough explain they came up with the concept based on the idea that people do a ton of research on services and products and that they should be able to do the same for people. In defense of the harsh criticism...

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  “Sexting” is a hot topic in this country as laws are being put in place to deter the sending of these texts and prosecute those who hold, possess, or distribute them. So what is Sexting, exactly? According to dictionary.com the definition is: sexting [seks-ting] noun, Digital Technology the sending of sexually explicit photos, images, text messages, or e-mails by using a cell phone or other mobile device.   As you can see...

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Is your High School student a star athlete? One that might go on to play college sports? Believe it or not, social media could make or break that college sports career. As Larry Nance Jr. learned during the NBA draft, social media posts can come back to haunt you. Moments after he was drafted to the Lakers, a tweet Nance put years ago when he was 19 resurfaced much to his embarrassment. In the Tweet, Nance  made an offensive comment...

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Hiding In Plain Sight


Posted By on Sep 3, 2015

Sexting, snapchat, and personal messaging are all opportunities for individuals to share inappropriate photos that can be saved to a device by various methods. With sexting laws in place in most areas this could quite possibly mean legal trouble should the images stored on a device be sexual and inappropriate in nature. The Parent Feed suggests to spot check your child’s phone on occasion to make sure he or she is not in possession of...

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Periscope, a recently launched live-streaming video App should have parents on high alert. This iPhone app released by Twitter allows users to broadcast live video and audio to the internet using an iPhone’s video capabilities.  Described as  “the closest thing to teleportation” this technology has the potential to be parents’ worst nightmare when it comes to protecting our children’s privacy. Users can broadcast their identity and...

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