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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Talk to your kids about online safety

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A back-to-school checklist for online safety

This school year, make the best use of the internet while staying safe.


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Are parental controls the answer to keeping kids safe online?

There are a few things to consider before giving parental controls a go.


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The children’s book author behind #disabledandcute on her favorite corners of the internet

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A little less misinformation, a little more action

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A longtime NPR education reporter on her favorite corners of the internet

Anya Kamenetz talks about why she’s hopeful about how kids these days are using technology.


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