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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Unfortunately, apps that allow anonymous messaging between teens are seeing a resurgence. In recent weeks, the anonymous app NGL has exceeded 15 million installs. Parents, and teens, need to be aware of the real danger of anonymous messaging. While the mechanics of various anonymous messaging apps can differ, the concept is consistent. These apps allow…Read More →
April 1, 2022News@Northeastern One of the most problematic uses of the technology is when an individual’s likeness, typically a woman’s, is manipulated and put on a sexually explicit video, making it appear as if the individual they are targeting is participating in the sexual activity, says Marc Berkman, the executive director of the Organization for…Read More →