Facebook Continues To Dominate

Whatsapp WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows you to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS. WhatsApp Messenger is available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and Nokia and yes, those phones can all message each other! Because WhatsApp Messenger uses the same internet data plan that you use for email and web browsing, there is no cost to message and stay in touch with your friends. (Whatsapp) According to OnDevice Researchย WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app for smartphones.ย  Facebook buys whatsapp for 19Billion Facebook continues to dominate not only the web but now

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Join The Fight Against Cyber-Bullying

Cyber-Bullying   Cyber-bullying is like playground bullying, but it’s done either online or with cell phones. It can take the form of individual harassment, public humiliation, or both. The viral nature of online life and cell phones makes sending humiliating or degrading messages, pictures, or videos simple and immediate. And anonymous. Screen names easily disguise bullies’ identities. Sometimes they can even pretend to be the victims, posting comments that look like the victims wrote them. Other times, the cyberbullying can take the form of direct threats — either physical ones or social ones. (PBSParents) Cyber-bullying can really harm teens and

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Data Protection: What is the Minister for Justice and Equality Doing to Protect Personal Data?

Have you ever though about the protection of your personal data?   Did you know you have a right to ensure that your personal data including personal data on your smartphone is protected and secure?   There was an interesting debate about this in the Seanad this week and we are interested in talking to Data Commissioner Billy Hawkes about this with regards to teenagers.   Seanad Adjournment Debate Opening Remarks by Minister of State Kathleen Lynch T.D, on behalf of Alan Shatter, T.D, Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence 18 February, 2014 The need for the Minister for Justice

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