Tag Archives: cybersecurity

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Cybertraps for Educators

Cybertraps for Educators, discusses a wide range of potential legal traps for teachers stemming from the use and misuse of electronic technology and social media, including: cyberloafing, viewing inappropriate content in schools, mishandling investigations of student misconduct, cyber-baiting, identity theft and fake social media profiles, voyeurism, child pornography, sexting, and sexual assault. The book concludes…

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Cybertraps for Expecting Moms & Dads

Dating, Love, Sex, Marriage – in the Digital Age! Are you expecting? Do you know someone who is? OR … do you someday HOPE to be? Whether you are eagerly awaiting your little bundle of joy or are still swiping left in search of the perfect mate, technology is now a critical — and constant —…

Cybertraps for the Young

Benjamin Franklin Award Finalist for Parenting & Family Issues Approaching the risks for children on the Internet in a thought-provoking and intellectual manner, this study skillfully integrates contemporary news reports and disturbing legal cases to show how Facebook and other ready-made forums for information exchange are breaking down boundaries of privacy and facilitating a growing number…

The Naked Employee: How Technology Is Compromising Workplace Privacy

“Abandon Rights, All Ye Who Enter Here.” You won’t find those words posted above the doors of any workplace. But they might as well be engraved there in stone. Employers are increasingly monitoring workers, aided by technological snooping devices and a culture that tacitly encourages their use. If your company possesses the tools and the…