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‘Tis the Season to Share, but with a Cell Phone, Share Wisely

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by Lynette Owens

It’s so easy to share photos using mobile social networking apps like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. The fact that we can capture something we’ve seen and need to share immediately with our friends and family is an amazing ability. One tap and you have a picture. One more and you have a massive audience for it.

The 26 Seconds Campaign Urges Teens to Come Back4MOR!

BMOR Project Offers Online Activities, Prizes and More
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Pledge to Graduate High School and Be More (BMOR) than the Statistic for a Chance to Win.

CSR Minute: Taco Bell Launches "Graduate to Go Studios" with Boys and Girls Clubs & Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation; Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Publishes Sustainability Manufacturing Toolkit

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The CSR Minute is your daily video digest of the most relevant Corporate Social Responsible news of the day. Our team of 3BL Media correspondents tracks the global world of corporate social responsibility to bring you coverage of the most important announcements, initiatives, issues, trends, ideas, and breaking news.

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The CSR Minute is your daily video digest of the most relevant Corporate Social Responsible news of the day. Our team of 3BL Media correspondents tracks the global world of corporate social responsibility to bring you coverage of the most important announcements, initiatives, issues, trends, ideas, and breaking news.

Teen Cyberbullying Video Makes It to Times Square

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Earlier this year, we ran a video contest called “What’s Your Story?” with the goal of engaging and educating young people on various topics related to their Internet safety. One of the winning videos called “Pull the Plug on Bullying” is now showing through the month of November on the CBS Superscreen in New York City’s Times Square.

This video was created by 18-year old Matt Bendo and 17-year old KJ Proulx from Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Kids and Online Privacy

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For today’s youth, striving for acceptance among peers means tending to an online persona as they do their real selves.  Divulging personal information online is necessary to stay connected to people online, partake in an online gaming community or find others who have similar likes or dislikes, there are also more practical reasons kids share as much as they do.

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