Sharing Too Much Information on Social Media? Beware the Dangers.

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Overexposing your personal life can be risky business.

We live in a share-happy world. What we eat for lunch, where we go on vacation, whom we hang out with, and how hungover we are—these are all things we freely post on social media.

But when does harmless chitchat become potentially dangerous TMI that can hurt our families, our finances, our homes, our jobs, and our reputations? When are we sharing too much information on social media?

It’s important to warn students, staff, ...

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YouTube Restricted Mode Replaces YouTube For Schools

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Schools have more—and less—control over the videos their students view.

The popular YouTube for Schools—which housed more than 400,000 educational videos from the likes of PBS, TED, and Khan Academy—is defunct. After a five-year run, Google announced its demise in July 2016.

Now, says Google, schools must use YouTube Restricted Mode to control the gazillions of videos their students can watch.

Why? What’s the difference between YouTube for Schools and YouTube Restricted Mode?

There’s been a huge change. YouTube for ...

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