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Ever wonder if you’re taking the right steps to keep your devices and information secure? Perhaps you’re a parent or educator looking for tips to help protect kids online. Or maybe you’re looking for useful videos to watch — or to share with colleagues or friends. 

We’ve got free online security tips — videos, games, articles, blogs, and toolkits — for you to use and share. You might learn something new. Or maybe you already know this stuff, but can think of someone who could use a reminder… like this:

 

Go ahead — be an awesome friend, colleague, parent, family member, or teacher by sharing this important information with people in your life. Visit ftc.gov/OnGuardOnline for more practical tips and resources.

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Thanks for info

The Model doesn't have my real name, phone number or address were I live

How can I get more info about security for my Facebook and safe vudeos

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Great idea!i SAWW THE VIDEO.Only one question:WHO'S IDEA WAS TO ADD A DISTRACTING AND ANNOYING MUSIC????!!!TO THE BACKGROUND WHILE SPEAKER RUSHES INFORMATION?
tHANKS JOSE

You web site will not accept my phone number to file a do not call complaint.

Great post and advice. Very useful information, it clarified things a lot for us. Thanks for the wonderful blog.

why doesn't FTC and Do Not Call registry( or other businesses/websites) accept certain cell phone carriers when consumers try to place complaints? And why aren't consumers made aware of this or other restrictions in highly visible Plain Writing before signing up with a cell phone carrier?

If you sign up for the Do Not Call registry, and then you get an unwanted call, you can file a complaint at ftc.gov/donotcall.

When you file a complaint, you give your phone number, and information about the company that called you. You can give your name & address if you choose. But you don't have to say what cell phone carrier you have.

why can't I set my son up a email address without all the foolishness. I know how to monitor my child and he only gets on my computer when I allow him to in my presence.

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