• Cybertraps for Expecting Moms and Dads
  • Cybertraps for the Young
  • Cybertraps for Educators
  • Obscene Profits
  • The Decency Wars
  • American Privacy
  • The Court and The Cross
  • The Naked Employee
The Cybertraps Series

The Cybertraps Series

Whether you are a young adult, teacher, parent, or just curious about the impact of your digital footprint, read Cybertraps to stay in the know of how technology can do significant harm to you, now and in the far future. While the world focuses on privacy data and how this affects us as a society, nationally-recognized cybersecurity and legal expert Frederick S. Lane delves deeply into how technology impacts us all at the most personal and intimate levels.

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The Cybertraps Podcast

The Cybertraps Podcast

This twice-weekly podcast features a live current-events discussion and interview with experts from the fields of cybersafety, cybersecurity, education, technology, and more!

Hosted by Jethro Jones and Frederick Lane.

Live shows Mondays at noon eastern.

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Questions and Audience Feedback

Questions and Audience Feedback

Do you have questions about the use of digital devices and electronic communication tools in your classroom or your home? Are you concerned about cybersecurity, cybersafety, privacy, data mining, and the risks arising from the use and misuse of modern technology? We're here to help.

Ask a question or leave us some feedback about something you've heard on our podcast. At least once a month, we will discuss your comments and answer your questions.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Fie on Goodness! Child Access to Adult Content and Products Cybertraps 018

Fie on Goodness! Child Access to Adult Content and Products Adult Content and Products Legal But Age-Restricted (in theory) Gambling Pornography Cigarettes Alcohol Prescription Drugs Weapons and Explosives Illegal Obscenity / Child Pornography Controlled Substances as defined the Drug Enforcement Agency Schedule I – heroin, LSD, marijuana, ecstasy, peyote, etc. Schedule II – Vicodin, cocaine,…

How Hawaii Uses the Model Code of Ethics for Educators with RJ Rodriguez Cybertraps 017

RODRIGUEZ, Raymond “RJ”, is a Licensing Specialist for the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB), and currently the lead for the HTSB work regarding the Model Code of Ethics for Educators. He was a classroom teacher for ten years in a variety of settings: elementary school, middle school, and high school (including charter school experience). He…

The Model Code of Ethics for Educators with Dr. Troy Hutchings Cybertraps 016

Troy Hutchings researches, writes, and speaks in the areas of professional ethics, educator misconduct, and frameworks for an ethical and legal teaching practice. He presents to various state and national policy and practitioner groups across the United States and Canada. Hutchings also provides expert witness testimony in judicial hearings; collaborates on policy initiatives with state,…

Sexting and the Law Cybertraps Live 014

In today’s episode, we are going to talk about sexting and the law. We are going to look at the legal risks for children, educators, and parents, and what to do if you see something on kids’ devices. Content warning, we are going to talk about sexting and child pornography. Show Outline In today’s episode,…

The Global Battle against Online Harassment and Sexploitation with Awo Aidam Amenyah Cybertraps 013

– Awo Aidam Amenyah is Child Online Africa’s founder and Executive Director. Child Online Africa a child and family focused charity working in Ghana and beyond through strategic partnerships. In this role, Awo leads a team of professionals and volunteers committed to influencing policies and changing practices in favour of child well-being keeping the child…

Sexting: Is It Really The Problem Dr. Jeff Temple Cybertraps 011

Dr. Jeff Temple is a Professor, Licensed Psychologist, and Founding Director of the Center for Violence Prevention at the University of Texas Medical Branch. His research focuses on the prevention of interpersonal, community, and structural violence, and has been funded through the National Institute of Justice, National Institutes of Health, and Centers for Disease Control…