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Why Administrators Should Not Have All the Answers

I used to wonder how administrators could support me as a music teacher when they didn’t have any experience in my field.  I had principals who were math teachers and reading specialists by trade (I […]

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Schools hacked in international attack should check computers for child porn

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Schools hacked in international attack should check computers for child porn

A recent global hacking episode could have seen child pornography deposited on school computers. Thirty-six schools — five in the Waikato — were hacked in a global operation that saw passwords and other entry methods to 70,000 servers sold on the black market. Hamilton’s Deanwell school is one of those and is seeking advice from […]

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Why you should delete your birthday from Facebook NOW

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Why you should delete your birthday from Facebook NOW

Security experts are urging social media users to remove personal information, such as birthdays, from their profiles to prevent online identity fraud. According to new research by Cifas , prolific sharers online are putting themselves at increased risk by sharing even the most basic details, as cyber scammers are turning to social media to mine […]

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This Is What A Clean, Healthy Pool Should Actually Smell Like

The Question: Do I really have to shower before I go swimming?

The Answer: That sign in the locker room is not a mere suggestion. While very few of us would skip a post-swim shower (got to get that icky chlorine off!), we should probably follow the pre-swim rules with a little more vigor.

“If we don’t shower before we get in the water, we’re going to carry in whatever’s sitting on our skin,” says Michele Hlavsa, RN, MPH, an epidemiologist and the chief of Read More

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Social Media Apps Parents Should Know About

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5 Words You Should Never Say To Your Grandchild

There are people who have a talent for sticking their foot in their mouth and then there are people who just don’t care what they say. Words are either gifts or weapons and I strive to keep what comes out of my mouth to be a gift. However, it’s impossible to live as long as I have and not occasionally say something I regret. I’m guessing that most of us do. The only person I know who had complete control over what she said was my Grandma Layne. She lived to be 89 and not once did I ever hear her say anything bad about anyone.

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Transgender Students and Bathrooms: What Should Schools Do? – Education Week

The Obama administration’s guidance to schools on the rights of transgender students has provoked protests, lawsuits, and uncertainty among educators.

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Should You Give Your Kid Snapchat or Instagram?

Parents are constantly asking me about their kids and their social media participation. Among other things, they want to know what app or site they should start their child on.  I could recommend some that are specifically designed for young eyes and ears, but those aren’t as popular as the ones that the mass of humanity have embraced.  If your child has a phone, it’s likely that they really want to be on Snapchat or Instagram. Those are by far the most popular right now, with Facebook and Twitter losing traction at least among adolescents. And if you had the choice to give your child access to one or the other – perhaps to get their proverbial feet wet with the whole “social media” experience — I strongly believe it should be….

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Second Judge Argues Evidence From FBI Mass Hack Should Be Thrown Out

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Last week, a Massachusetts judge threw out evidence obtained via a piece of malware in the FBI’s mass hack of visitors to a dark web child pornography site. On Monday, a judge recommended that evidence should also be suppressed in another, similar case. The new recommendation relates to a case brought by Scott Fredrick Arterbury, […] The post Second Judge Argues Evidence From FBI Mass Hack Should Be Thrown Out appeared first on AmIHackerProof.com. View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

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What You Should Know About Public Wi-Fi Security

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What could be better than sitting in your favorite café, sipping latte and browsing whatever the drama of the day is on Reddit? I’ll tell you – doing it securely! Although public Wi-Fi networks are useful for staying connected on the go, they’re also notorious for being easy for attackers to spy on and install various malware on your device. So, why are these networks so insecure? What are some of the common ways they get attacked and what can you do to keep yourself safe? Even though public Wi-Fi hotspots have been around since the early 2000s and people have generally become more aware of online security risks since then, there are still several popular vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit. For instance, many public Wi-Fi networks use no password or encryption of any sort, in which case attackers can see all the traffic on the network, and you, actually, don’t need any special hacking skills to do it. There are many software tools that enable spying on unsecure networks with just a few mouse clicks. Now, you might assume that public Wi-Fi that uses WPA2-PSK the standard data flow encryption in most modern routers is safe. That would be […]

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