The state Senate has passed a bill that would allow parents to remove their children’s personal information from social networking sites.
California prison officials say Facebook has agreed to work with law enforcement agencies nationwide to remove accounts set up by inmates, in part because prisoners are using the social networking site to stalk victims and direct criminal activity.
Protecting our children is parenting job number one and a shield we expect our schools to carry on as well. However, at progressively earlier ages, social networking is also coming into their lives.
A new website is hoping to give kids who are too young for Facebook a social networking website of their own while keeping parents involved and in control of who they contact.
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California senators rejected a bill Friday designed to increase privacy on social networking sites, persuaded by objections from some of the burgeoning industry’s biggest players.
NEW YORK (AP) — Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. have both held low-level talks with Twitter Inc. about purchasing the social networking service, according to a report published Thursday. The talks have valued Twitter at […]
The victim of a home robbery in Elk Grove was tied up inside his home for hours before he could free himself Saturday afternoon.
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