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According to a new survey, more than half of employers have found content on social media that has caused them not to hire a candidate.
Demi Lovato has been fighting bullying and online shaming for years, and standing up to her haters.
As we witness a rise in public shaming, how can we turn these humiliation and [cyber]bullying tactics into constructive ways to make positive change through activism?
We have a civility crisis in America today. How can we take this "shame nation" and turn it into a more civil place to live?
According to a new survey, a majority of teens want to unplug.
5 ways to avoid cyber-blunders and be a better digital role-model.
A new study finds social media use and well-being is correlated in girls.
Body shaming is one of the most common forms of online bullying, but who would guess that the majority of people engaging in this cruelty would be those closest to us?
Are you concerned about your privacy online? Will you be removing your Facebook account? Find out what other people are saying and see 7 ways to rethink your sharing online.
About 25% of people indicate they multitask when driving because they think they can do so safely, yet 40% are distracted an average of 15 minutes per hour.
After meeting with the tech giants about bullying online, FLOTUS looks forward to teaching kids about digital citizenship. Don't insult the messenger, the message is too important
A new survey reveals that more Americans view educators as role models. Yet some teachers continue to make inappropriate offline and online choices.
New research shares how sexting is part of today's generation of youth. Dealing with the risks and consequences of sext messages gone wrong.
As the country mourns and struggles with gun control and mental wellness, Internet trolls continue to hate. How to maintain our online behavior in a time of tragedy.
We are bombarded with headlines of youth bullying and cyberbullying almost on a daily basis. New book outlines how we can can combat cruelty both online and off.
Everything you send or post today has the potential to end up in a court of law, and 1 in 10 people will share your private information without your permission.
After a year in office, a new survey has indexed over 2000 of the Presidents Tweets to find out what Americans are really thinking about our Commander-in-Tweet.
Do you want to become Internet famous? A new survey finds a majority of people thinking twice about becoming the next cyber-sensation.
After a year of cyberbullying and online shaming, how can we make 2018 a kinder and more compassionate cyber-place?
A new survey explains how students are coping with cyberbullying. Here are five techniques you can discuss with your tweens and teens.
New research suggests teens who face online bullying likely recover in a week.
A new survey explains how almost half of employees are caught in lies on social media when they call out sick and some are finding themselves on the unemployment line.
A new survey reports that over half of Americans will search for information online before dating you.
Research says peer pressure is linked to growing sexting concerns with teens.
Forty-one percent of LGBT workers who have been bullied at work have left a job because they have felt bullied.
Are you receiving unsolicited sexual content? A new survey says unwanted sexual images are becoming the norm among millennials. Protect yourself from sextortion.
People are harassed online for many reasons, and political reviews are one of them. Will Monica Lewinsky ever stop being trolled online?
Over a quarter of young people say they have bullied or insulted someone else online, according to a new study. Nearly a third of boys admit to cyberbullying over girls.
New survey shares the rise of online incivility. Most Americans blame social media and the internet. Tips to take this shame nation to a civil nation online.
Why do we post things we know can get us in trouble? How we can reduce online shaming in our social media platforms.
Sue Scheff is a an advocate and family internet safety expert and the author of Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate.