New! Parenting in a Digital World - 2nd Edition

I am excited to announce the release of the Second Edition to Parenting in a Digital World.Currently
New! Parenting in a Digital World - 2nd Edition
By Cyber Safety Cop • Issue #8 • View online
I am excited to announce the release of the Second Edition to Parenting in a Digital World.

The second edition has been completely updated and contains 20 additional pages of new content:
  • Updated step-by-step parental control guides for all the devices in your home.
  • New study on how social media is impacting your child’s mental health, and how to counter it.
  • How to talk to your child about pornography.
  • How to respond successfully to a bullying incident.
  • How to teach your child about the consequences of online threats before that make a mistake they can’t take back.
  • How to keep from getting hacked or your devices getting infected with malicious software.
  • How to set up Google’s new Family Link parental control program.
Clayton Cranford, the Cyber Safety Cop and school safety expert shares his experience as a juvenile investigator and shows parents how to protect their children from cyberbullying, threats of violence, online sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and pornographic content. It will change the way to look at the Internet forever.
What parents are saying about Parenting in a Digital World
“I was terrified to talk to my child about pornography. Then I found nude images on my son’s phone last week. This book has given me the words to have a real conversation with him. The other guides in the book are also amazing. I didn’t even know about Google Safe search until I read this book.” - Carol M.

“After some close calls with our kids and internet safety we purchased Parenting in a Digital World. We used the contracts inside and now have clear guidelines for our children’s online and data usage. I brought the book into my son’s counselor session and offered to give it to the office as a guide…The counselor told me that he had read the book and had some frank discussions with his own teens. He said there were some tears, but there are now new guidelines in place at his home, as well. This guide is well written and should be in schools, counselors offices and the home of anyone with a child that has access to data, texting and the internet.” - Mary Ann K.
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Cyber Safety Cop

I am a law enforcement professional, school safety expert, and author of Parenting in a Digital World - A Step-by-Step Guide to Internet Safety. I am dedicated to teaching parents and children how to live safely at home, at school, and in their digital world.

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