Google talks about the future of Doubleclick Advertising

June 4, 2013, 11:20 pm

This is a long session 3.5 hours.  It talks about the future of Google Doubleclick and some of the new tools that Google will be releasing very soon, including a new web design tool for building Doubleclick Ad Aware websites. Multiple demos on mobile applications.

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Teen ‘Sexting’ Ring Discovered on Instagram

Teen ‘Sexting’ Ring Discovered on Instagram

by / on April 11, 2014, 10:16 pm

Original Article  Authored by Keith Wagstaff  what sounds like a parent’s worst nightmare, more than 100 teens were implicated in a “sexting” ring in Virginia involving images of nude and semi-nude minors shared on social media. More than 1,000 photos and videos were discovered by law enforcement in Central Virginia, most of them of teenage girls between the ages of […]

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‘Absence of Choice’ Untangling captives from the web of human trafficking

by / on April 2, 2014, 7:00 pm

Original Article Authored by Harrison Berry The victim had been testifying for hours, and through the whirlwind of anecdotes, digressions and tears, Ada County Sheriff’s Office Detective Ryan Pacheco had pieced together enough information to start verifying her story about being forced into prostitution. Her body advertised and sold to johns over the web and via word of mouth, she had […]

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Human trafficking on the rise in Canada

by / on March 28, 2014, 9:54 pm

Original Article Authored by Danielle Bell, Ottawa Sun Abused as a child, Casandra Diamond eventually wound up a victim of human trafficking. She managed to get out, and is now helping other women in Toronto, where she herself was caught up in it. “You age in dog years in the sex trade,” said Diamond, a human trafficking case manager with the […]

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Is your teen “sexting”?

by / on March 20, 2014, 4:28 pm

Original Article Wyoming Tribue Eagle  by Becky Orr Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak speaks about the rising issue of teenagers “sexting”, a form of texting sexually explicit text messages or photos via mobile devices during a press conference Wednesday afternoon at the Cheyenne Police Department. Blaine McCartney/staff CHEYENNE — The message to young people is clear: Do not send sexually explicit images […]

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STUDY: Kids Who Are Cyberbullied Are 3 Times More Likely To Contemplate Suicide

by / on March 12, 2014, 3:47 pm

Original Article  Sy Mukherjee Children and teenagers who are bullied are twice as likely to contemplate suicide as other children, according to a new review of dozens of previous studies on the psychological tolls of being harassed, taunted, and otherwise ostracized by one’s peers. Strikingly, analysispublished in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics also finds that cyberbullying is even more […]

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Former chief justice Alastair Nicholson urges jail for cyber-bullying

by / on March 10, 2014, 8:42 pm

Original Article by Jane Lee – The Sydney Morning Herald Cyber-bullying should be a crime that carries a three-month prison sentence for the worst adult offenders, a former chief justice of the Family Court says. The Abbott government invited public comment on a policy paper detailing its proposals to make children safer online in January, which included options for a new […]

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Social media create potential for serious legal consequences

by / on March 10, 2014, 8:12 pm

Original Article Authored by Alan M. Malott, Albuquerque Journal “Better slip with foot than tongue.”                      – Benjamin Franklin  (1706-1790)          It’s been some time since we visited how participating in social media such as Facebook and LinkedIn can have significant legal consequences, as well as personal impact. Recently, a 17-year-old in North Carolina high school student was charged with felony […]

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Cyberbully law proposed after girl’s suicide

by / on March 8, 2014, 8:25 pm

Original Article  Authored by Martha Mendoza – AP National Writer SARATOGA, Calif. – Juveniles who sexually assault unconscious victims could be tried as adults under proposed California legislation brought in response to the suicide of a 15-year-old girl who was sexually battered while passed out at a party then humiliated by photos circulated to classmates. The amendment was announced Friday as […]

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Schools try to squash cyberbullying

by / on March 8, 2014, 7:54 pm

Original Article   Authored by Keith BieryGolick, MILFORD – A social media site linked to at least one potential suicide in the United States and four in the United Kingdom is being used by students in the Milford Exempted Village School District. is a Latvia-based website with at least 100 million registered users who ask each other questions, often anonymously. The site […]

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Cyberbullying is everywhere.

School cyber bullying growing: report details self-harm, bomb recipes

by / on February 25, 2014, 5:48 pm

Original Article by HATE-FILLED threats, abuse and harassment sent anonymously online make up an increasing proportion of the 60 serious incident reports filed in state schools each week. Government schools report almost 600 serious incidents a term — 60 a week — of which about 10 per cent involve cyber bullying, sexting or misuse of the internet. The latest serious […]

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