10 Replies Latest reply on Aug 31, 2014 6:57 AM by manisha.thakur68

    Social Networking influences Teen behavior on and offline -- 2014 Teens and the Screen study


      On June 3rd, McAfee released findings from its study on teens and their social networking behavior, 2014 Teens and the Screen study: Exploring Online Privacy, Social Networking and Cyberbullying. The study reveals findings related to cyberbullying, online conflict and their offline consequences, and the issue of oversharing, among other things.


      Most significantly, the study reveals that cyberbullying has more than tripled in one year from 27% to 87%.


      Read about the findings here: http://bit.ly/1q0pBog

      Check out the related infographic and blog: http://bit.ly/1oAjbev

      Family Safety blog has further tips and discussion of issues: http://bit.ly/SBguiw 

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      • Share how you discuss online activity, safety and consequences with your own kids and students in the discussion thread below.
      • What are some strategies and tips you use to educate kids about online usage and cyber safety?
      • Do you think the statistics shared in the study are accurate for your kids/students? Why or why not?