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A JAMA Pediatrics study released recently revealed a rise in the number of young people under age 18 who engage in sexting, with approximately one in seven teens sending sexts, and one in four receiving them.
The ease of constant connection causes both alarm and comfort, and many studies have explored its effects on our lives. This is felt acutely by students, who are becoming a part of the digital world at younger ages, and their parents who must navigate it with them.
AirBnB is in talks with Malaysian authorities to look into ways implement clear and fair regulations.
A courtroom drama set aboard a lost spacecraft, a neon-coloured romp through creature-crammed caves, and a psychic-powered psychological thriller are part of a PC game giveaway that lasts until Feb 2.
A few years ago, Wang Yi was living the American dream. He had graduated from Princeton, landed a job at Google and bought a spacious condo in Silicon Valley.
Petra Axolotl knew her chances of getting an H-1B visa were slim. She had an MBA from Wharton and a job offer at Twitter, but luck would decide the Dutch data scientist's fate – and in 2016, it did not fall in her favour.
Got some bitcoin burning a hole in your digital wallet? And paradise on the mind? You could use it to buy a second passport.
"No TV until your homework is finished" used to be the easiest way to separate school work from screen time. Today, with IMs, YouTube, texting, and social media, that boundary is super blurry.
Dan Wasyluk discovered the hard way that trading cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin happens in an online Wild West where sheriffs are largely absent.
Every parent worries about online predators at some point. And while it's smart to be cautious, the facts show that it's actually fairly rare for kids to be contacted by adult strangers seeking sexual communication.