The CyberHood Watch partners, Dave & Bill, are consistently researching for resources, websites, blogs, government agencies, and leaders in the Internet Security field to help provide CHW members and CHWradio listeners’ solid information…
These are some of the best relative and useful informational resources for Children, Home, & Work we have found on the web.
Obviously, with the magnitude of resources available on the web, CHW can’t find them all. One of the great by-products of CHWradio, besides our guests, is our guests’ resources. Because our guests are authorities in their specific fields, we learn about many resources and information portals not found regularly through searches or research from them.
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If you have some favorite links or resources, which fit the theme of C-H-W categories, please let us know. In addition, include why they should be on the CHW exclusive link resource page, besides providing valuable information for keeping Our Children Safe.
We are tireless advocates for the safety of children, families, and small business individuals. The CyberHood Watch partners have built a network of community information portals including Online Security Authority, Responsible CyberCitizen, New Internet Security, and several more including CHWradio to help empower individuals on how to enjoy the Internet safely.
This is our message we would like to share when you see CHW:
C is for children…Empower them
H is for home…Families Enjoying The internet Safely
W is for work…The Moms and Dads Operating Their Business
Crimes Against Children Research Center: http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/
Innocent Images National Initiative: http://www.fbi.gov/innocent.htm
Great Barrington Internet Child Safety: http://gbinternetchildsafety.com/
Common Sense Media: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/
Be Safe Online: http://www.besafeonline.org/English/safer
Child Internet: http://www.childinternet.com/
OnGuard Online: http://www.onguardonline.gov/default.aspx
imaginary eric: http://www.imaginaryeric.com/
Sue Scheff Blog: http://suescheffblog.com/about/
Digital Youth Research: http://digitalyouth.ischool.berkeley.edu/
EU Kids Online: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/EUKidsOnline/
Computer World: http://www.computerworld.com/
FTC Red Flag Rules: http://ftc.gov/redflagsrule/faqs.shtm
Berkman Center For Internet & Society: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/
PewResearch Center: http://www.pewinternet.org/
PewResearch Center: http://pewresearch.org/
Europe’s Information Society: http://ec.europa.eu/info
The London Scholl Of Economics and Political Science: www.lse.ac.uk/