The Tech Talk
The internet is a great place for families. It gives us new opportunities to discover the world, connect with others and just generally make our lives easier and more colorful.
But it also comes with new challenges and complications for the people raising the next generations. Mozilla wants to help families make the best online decisions, whatever that looks like, with our latest series, The Tech Talk.
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Cathy Pedrayes offers some tips on talking to children about keeping themselves safe online.
A Mozilla Firefox and YouGov survey offers some insights into how families use the internet.
How do teens engage with information on social media? We asked them.
By the time a kid turns 13, more than 72 million pieces of information have been collected about them on the internet.
The designer behind the popular lifestyle brand Oh Joy! writes about navigating social media use as a family.
A psychologist specializing in trauma and autism writes about using video games to connect with kids.
Diversity advocate and content creator Charnaie Gordon wants parents to know that the internet is a place where everyone – even kids – can find community.
Here’s what experts are saying.
This school year, make the best use of the internet while staying safe.
How can we, as parents, support and empower teens to navigate the internet news cycle?
There are a few things to consider before giving parental controls a go.
Keah Brown talks about celebrating the joys of young people with disabilities online.
Slow your scroll with this guide that we created with the News Literacy Project and the Teens for Press Freedom.
Anya Kamenetz talks about why she’s hopeful about how kids these days are using technology.