Cell phone tracking may help thwart criminals

Cell phone tracking may help thwart criminals The Supreme Court ruled last week that law enforcement is not permitted to install GPS technology in order to track suspects without getting a warrant from a judge before doing so, according to The Associated Press. However, this does not mean that cell phone tracking devices won’t play a part in criminal investigations. This verdict ...
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What parents can do about cyberbullying

What parents can do about cyberbullying Bullying in schools has been something that has occurred for years and years. However, the topic has become a growing problem, especially due to the internet. More students are turning to their computers to bully fellow pupils, and the implications have become worse. StopCyberBullying.org states that “cyberbullying is when a child, preteen or teen is ...
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Generation Y needs to factor in the impact of social media sites on their jobs

Generation Y needs to factor in the impact of social media sites on their jobs A new survey conducted by Millennial Branding discovered that members of Generation Y, who are between the ages of 18 and 29, have an average of 16 work-related friends on the social media website Facebook. This could greatly affect their careers, as many do not see any negative implication of speaking their minds about their ...
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Parents can watch over their driving teen from afar

Parents can watch over their driving teen from afar When teenagers get their driver’s license, many of them breathe in a sigh of relief – while their parents do the exact opposite. However, recent technology advancements can work in the parent’s favor, allowing them to keep tabs on their teen, without physically sitting in the passenger seat, according to Fox Business. Some parental control ...
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Parents should talk to children about cell phone safety

Parents should talk to children about cell phone safety Research conducted by the Center of Media and Child Health showed that 22 percent of young children aged 6 to 9 have cell phones, along with 60 percent of those between 10 and 14 and 84 percent of teens between 15 and 18. However, not every child knows all of the safety precautions they should ...
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Employers may benefit from monitoring employees

Employers may benefit from monitoring employees To many business owners, employee monitoring may sound like an unnecessary expense. However, there are a number of benefits that employers can gain by keeping tabs on their employees, which may change their position on the subject. There are a wide range of activities that bosses can observe to give them a better perspective on ...
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