Facebook is unveiling a revamped internal site designed to help people stay safe while surfing online.
Facebook’s “Safety Center,” which features new tools for parents, teachers, teens and law enforcement, is the first major endeavor from the social networking site and its four-month-old global safety advisory board.
The board is composed of Internet safety groups Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely, WiredSafety, Childnet International and The Family Online Safety Institute.
Some new features of the safety center include four times more content on staying safe, such as dealing with bullying online, an interactive portal and a simpler design.
After weeks of hype and perhaps a bit of peer pressure, most people that picked up an iPad did so sight unseen. Most, if not all, had previous experience with the iPhone which runs the same basic OS and everyone knew that. Still, with the larger size that is closer to a PC tablet than a smartphone, the expectations may have been different enough that after forking over between $499 and $699, buyer’s remorse has set in.
Despite the long list of positive things Apple has done with iPhone OS 4.0, it left a number of things out of the new operating system. Here’s a few things that the iPhone faithful were hoping to see
The 37 year-old, a married father of two, posed as a man called Dom and contacted the girl, 12, at her home using an internet messaging system, Northampton Crown Court heard.
Police traced Fullard after the 12-year-old Northamptonshire girl’s mother became worried about her computer use.