Books and Toolkits
Child Identity Theft
Fact Sheets, Articles and Blogs
- Facebook for parents by Common Sense Media teaches parents about the popular social networking site.
- Reputation.com’s Reputation Watch offers information about privacy and your reputation.
- AOL offers safetyclicks, a resource dedicated to privacy and safety issues for online families.
Interactive Sites for Children
- Carnegie Cyber Academy, an interactive MySecureCyberspace Game designed to teach fourth and fifth graders Internet safety and computer security. Created by Carnegie Mellon’s Information Networking Institute and Carnegie Mellon CyLab, the game is a free download from the website.
- Play and Learn: Being Online, an interactive downloadable activity book from insafe for kids aged 4-8, available in nearly 20 languages. insafe also provides activity book guidelines for teachers and parents and offers a number of informational pages for children and for parents.
Sexting and Sextortion
- Controlling How You Share, an instructional page offered by Facebook answering questions and educating users about privacy controls.
- Yoursphere, an online kid-friendly social networking community dedicated to privacy and safety strictly for people under the age of 17.