In Mattel's most recent attempt to save themselves from drowning in the sea of commerce, it has released a new Barbie that can actually listen and respond to your child. Sound creepy? Well, that's because it is. She's called "Hello Barbie" (clever), and she has voice recognition software that allows her to have sort-of real conversations with anyone who talks to her (while pushing a button, of course). But here's the kicker: Your voice will be recorded as an audio file and transmitted over the internet to cloud-based servers that will create an appropriate response back.Read Full Story
The advent of social media has made it possible to connect with people from every corner of the world. This boundless means of communication has, however, come at a price. Our openness online, especially through social networks, has ultimately threatened our privacy. For parents, this often overlooked aspect of the digital age has made safeguarding children's privacy a particularly daunting task.Read Full Story
Cara Delevingne is fed up with her paparazzi stalkers. Taking to Twitter, the main woman in Michelle Rodriguez's life vented her frustrations and asked what will it take to make a permanent change and give celebrities privacy.Read Full Story
Facebook has opened up a whole new question of privacy for your student. A teacher was recently reprimanded for posting pictures on Facebook of her students with their mouths duct taped and a caption reading, “Finally found a way to get them to be quiet!”Read Full Story
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