The use of technology and the internet has changed the way we interact, work, study and shop. Many of us appreciate and enjoy our online interactions. However, there are also many dangers lurking in the online environment. How do we navigate the ever changing rules of digital citizenship, and keep ourselves and our families safe in the online world? Read on to learn more.
- The “World Cup” was the most searched event on Google in 2018.
- The “123456”continues to be first on the list of bad passwords in 2018. “Password” is the second on the list.
- According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 93 percent of teens ages 12 to 17 are online.
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