Keep your kids safe online - Net predators are a threat Video
Step 8: For more information on keeping your children safe online, Molly Wood goes over some additional resources.
Molly Wood shows you how to safely remove smudges and dust from your glossy laptop display.
Step 6: Molly Wood teaches you how to install and tweak spam filter settings that will help keep unsuitable spam from your children's in-box.
Step 5: In this next step, we'll show you some tips that will help your children remain safe while chatting with friends.
Brian Cooley shows you how to use Windows Vista to keep your kid's online travels safe and secure.
From explicit music to accidental in-app purchases, there's plenty to worry about when your kid takes control of the iPad. Keep your children and your pocketbook safer with these simple instructions.
Molly Wood shows you how to tweak your Facebook profile and protect your privacy.
Today we'll teach you lessons on how to be passive aggressive to your "friends" on Facebook. Also: vibrating tattoos from Nokia, vibrating steering wheels, Typography Scrabble, and how to spot an online dating predator.
In a Conversation with Molly Wood, Facebook's VP of Product Chris Cox talks about keeping the faith when everyone thinks your social network is a fad or worse.
Hotspot Shield protects you online and lets you access the information you need. Access blocked services like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Skype in countries or venues where the Internet is censored. Keep hackers from stealing personal information while users are browsing the Internet in public locations like Starbucks. Hotspot Shield also protects against 3.5 million malware threats, including infected websites, phishing and spam sites. Browse the Internet privately and anonymously. Hotspot Shield does all of this without collecting any information on your personal identity.