If you think you know what naughty shenanigans your teenager is up to on the Interwebs, you'd better sit down because I have some bad news for you.June 2012 survey conducted by Mc Afee, more than 70 percent of teens hide their online behavior from their parents.Obama Warns Americans About Too Much Patriotism - on July 4th Weekend – : As Gov.Huckabee observed this morning, "Obama telling us that we shouldn't really be too patriotic on the 4th of July is like telling people in church they shouldn't think about God too much when they go there.Thing is, "later" could mean "never." This post is in memory of Helen...I only learned last week that she had passed a month ago. Helen was a formidable dem loyalist, and an equally loving friend. Dems are breaking their obstructionism oath as they have finally figured out that they need a platform to run on in 2018. Maybe they'll also get it that Republicans aren't the enemy, terrorists are. Gor ~ Thunderwolf Memorial Hospital of Port Olni - The Physicians Training Center of Gor ~ Non Combat Area ~ Drama and Disney Free ~ Walk-ins welcome, a proper RP entrance will get you recognized ~ visiting slaves beg entry.15 https://prisonplanet.tv/amember/login.php?
Many of the members here have known each other back in the MSN chat days.(And some of those who say they don't were probably lying.) Meanwhile, less than one in five parents are aware that their teens are viewing porn, uploading racy photos, or chatting with total strangers." data-reactid="12"According to a June 2012 survey conducted by Mc Afee, more than 70 percent of teens hide their online behavior from their parents.(And some of those who say they don't were probably lying.) Meanwhile, less than one in five parents are aware that their teens are viewing porn, uploading racy photos, or chatting with total strangers.In fact, the scariest things on the Internet are the messaging, photo sharing, and dating apps you've probably never heard of.Forget Facebook: Here are five of the most troubling Web and mobile apps your teens may be using.For months, a Saudi Internet user called Abu Sin had the Arabic-speaking web in stitches over videos of him chatting with an American video blogger.